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There are more benefits than just a healthy planet when you switch to paperless communications.

Choosing to receive your communications online allows you to get the information you want in a matter of minutes, skipping the process of snail mail.

Paperless communications also adds a layer of protection to your privacy. You reduce the risk of your mail ending up in the hands of someone other than you.

And of course, the environmental benefits are significant because when paper is not needed, you help cut down on deforestation and pollution, leaving more trees to do the dirty work of absorbing carbon dioxide.

Here’s how you can make the change in just a few minutes:

  1. Login to My Pension Resource – or register if you haven’t already!
  2. Click on Profile > Communication Preferences
  3. Change your election to “I elect and consent to receive all pension related materials electronically via the Message Centre”

Be WISE with the way you receive your communications.


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