With the assistance of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) we will be attempting to contact 600 members, whom we do not have their current contact information provided.

If you receive such a letter, it is because you were once employed in Newfoundland and Labrador, with an employer who participated in Public Service Pension Plan (PSPP) and you may be entitled to receive a payable benefit or the option to transfer your pension funds. In order to provide you with further details on your pension benefit we would need to receive your current contact information.

If you did receive a letter from Provident10 through CRA registered mail, we ask that you please connect with our team below, as soon as possible, to update your personal information and to ensure that you continue to receive information regarding your individual pension benefit.


[email protected]


15 International Place, Suite 200
St. John’s, NL A1A 0L4



If you are not the plan member and need assistance on behalf of someone else, you must have written consent on file. You can request a form through email to: [email protected].

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