ARTA has one of the best voluntary Retiree Benefits Plans in Canada. Established in 1995 by retired teachers for retired teachers, the ARTA Retiree Benefits Plan offers…

Options for different levels of coverage for Extended Health Care (EHC), with or without Emergency Travel coverage, and for different levels of coverage for Dental Care. The many options provide the freedom to select the coverage level that’s right for members and their families.

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Learn more about ARTA’s self-administration of the Retiree Benefits Plan.

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Find out if you are eligible to participate in the ARTA Retiree Benefits Plan.

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Make a Claim

Making a claim is easy. Depending on your coverage, there are different options available to making a claim.

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Find out your premiums based on your age and sector of employment.

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Benefits Q&A

You’ve got questions and we’ve got answers.

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Benefits Forms & Documents

Including application forms per sector and miscellaneous documents.

Did you know?

There is a 60 day enrolment window. If you apply for coverage before, or within 60 days after leaving another group insurance plan, you can join the retiree plan without a medical questionnaire. Apply early so your program is in place when your current program ends.

Late Applicants

If you apply for Emergency Travel benefits after the 60 day enrolment window, you may still apply. However you will need to complete a medical questionnaire, and your travel coverage may be denied. If you apply for Dental Care as a late applicant your coverage in your first year of coverage is prorated. You can enrol in EHC benefits at any time.