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News and Events
July 29, 2014Sun Life's Preferred Pharmacy Network, New Pension Rules in Alberta, PEI Changes First Payor Rule
There are a number of new provincial and Canada-wide developments, namely, Sun Life clients will be able to participate in a preferred pharmacy network; Alberta announced approval of new pension regulations; Prince Edward Island rules that private plans are now first payors when individuals are also covered under provincial drug plans...more
July 17, 2014RAMQ Update and Expanding Pal Team
Every July, RAMQ updates details of their provincial drug plan. In addition, the Pal Team continues to expand...more
July 09, 2014Ages and Stages of Retirement Communications, July article, Canadian HR Reporter
A more in-depth analysis of how retirement communications efforts should be targeted according to workers' career stages...more
Pal Extends Reach Around the Globe, For Companies of All Sizes
Michael Worb recently announced Pal's new expanded capability in bringing Pal's well-known high-touch level of service to clients with employees around the globe -- regardless of company size. Mid-sized and smaller companies are just as likely to employ individuals outside North America and Pal is here to help them with consistency, quality service, and local compliance. You can read further comments from Michael here as well as our press release here.
AVAILABLE NOW: Pal's 2014 Reference Guide and 2014 Health and Dental Trend Report
All those details on provincial health, taxation, maximums etc. are now updated for 2014. Here is our latest Reference Guide. In addition, every year, we survey insurance providers on the trend factors used to project plan costs at your renewal. Our 2014 Guide to Health and Dental Trends will help you better understand how your plan's renewal rates are established.