In the event of disability
If I become disabled before having retired, I must continue to make contributions to the Desjardins Group Pension Plan, or DGPP for the first 26 weeks of my disability, and my employer must do the same. As of the 27th week of my disability, neither myself nor employer are required to contribute to the DGPP, and years of service will continue to be credited just as if I were working. If my disability began after January 1, 2009, my disability insurance benefits would cease at age 62 and I would be able to retire like any other employee. The salary considered during this entire period is the salary that I would have received at the start of my disability, indexed annually up to a certain maximum percentage per year.
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