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Your group insurance benefits plan is provided by Canada Life.

Check out the resources and links below for more information.

Find answers to your questions about the plan move.


Get an overview of what’s available with Canada Life.

Welcome package

Things to remember

  • Your plan number is 177714

    You can also find your plan number on your card or when you sign-in to your My Canada Life at Work account, select Plan Details, when you click on your profile.

  • Designate a beneficiary

    If you haven’t already done so, visit GroupNet Flex to review and learn how to designate your beneficiaries.

  • Watch for your group insurance benefits card

    We’ll mail it to your home. You can also find it when you sign-in to your My Canada Life at Work account, under Info Centre. As your pay direct drug card and travel assistance card all-in-one, it features your plan number and member ID.

  • Check your drug coverage tool

    When you sign-in to My Canada Life at Work, under the Coverage and Balances tab you can find drug coverage information for yourself, you insured spouse and dependants. You can search by drug name or drug identification number (DIN).

  • Have questions?

    Canada Life is here to answer your questions. You can reach us at 1-833-794-0225.

Group benefits insights

Why care about your benefits

As Canadians, we enjoy access to universal health care, but some services like dental may not be covered. This is where your group benefits come in.

My Canada Life at Work

Learn how you can easily manage your group benefits plan with My Canada Life at Work.

Workplace Strategies for Mental Health, compliments of Canada Life

Workplace Strategies for Mental Health resources are offered by Canada Life for all Canadian employers, people leaders, facilitators of workplace psychological health and safety, and employees. All tools and resources are evidence or practice-based and available to you at no cost. 

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