INFO INSURANCE publications are sources of information about your insurance. Unless indicated otherwise, they are in French only.
You can consult the most recent publications:
- October 12, 2017 – 2018 RENEWAL
- March 21, 2017 – Important information for future retirees
- January 12, 2017 – 2017: watershed year for the retiree Insurance plan
- November 7, 2016 – Terms of renewal of the FNEEQ 2017 Insurance plan
- October 12, 2016 – Reimbursement of prescription drugs – Basic coverage (Module A) and 2017 plan renewal
- September 1ft, 2016 – Long-term disability insurance
- June 13, 2016 – Some information
- May 17, 2016 – The RSA, the meeting of participating unions, was held on April 28-29, 2016
- October 9, 2015 – Renewal conditions for the FNEEQ modular insurance plan 2016
- September 3, 2015 – 2016 premium rates frozen for all insurance coverage
- March 3, 2015 – New rates in force on April 1, 2015
- November 11, 2014 – New definition of a trip in 2015
- November 11, 2014 – Renewal conditions for the FNEEQ’s modular insurance plan 2015
- November 6, 2013 – Renewal conditions for the FNEEQ’s modular insurance plan 2014
- June 17, 2013 – Booklet on the FNEEQ’s 2013 modular insurance plan
- February 5, 2013 – The enrollment campaign for your new group modular insurance: a big success!
- June 6, 2012 – Important changes in your group insurance plan
Other relevant publications
Survey about insurance for retirees offered by the FNEEQ
March 3, 2011 – Last fall, the FNEEQ and the AREF (Association des retraités de la FNEEQ – FNEEQ retirees’ association) undertook a vast joint consultation to identify as precisely as possible the level of satisfaction of people covered by the group insurance plan for retirees, the 1011.
To read the communiqué, click here (in french).
Group insurance contract renewed January 1, 2011
The group insurance contract for members of the FNEEQ-CSN was renewed on January 1, 2011.
To find out what has changed, click here (in french).
An insurance rebate cheque in the spring of 2010!
It’s very good news, but it needs some explanations, since in January 2010 we will have another increase in premiums. To start with, let’s take a look at the financial underpinnings of our insurance contract.
For more information… (in french)
For officers in charge of group insurance for public and private colleges – FNEEQ-CSN
The group insurance contract for teachers belonging to the FNEEQ – CSN was renewed on January 1, 2009. We are informing you about the changes made and the rates that will be in force from January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009.
Who has to be insured?
Fall 2007 – The law in Québec is that if a group health insurance plan is offered by the employer in your institution, you have to belong to it, including coverage for your spouse and dependents. There are also some exceptions.
To find out more… (in french)
Fall 2007 – The travel insurance coverage in our basic health insurance plan offers all the protection you need if you travel: medical and hospital expenses, transportation, travel assistance and travel cancellation insurance for various reasons. The main exclusion is for people who use health insurance while travelling for a health problem that was known before their departure. For more details, consult the insurance booklet you received from La Capitale. You are unlikely to need to take out supplementary health insurance for your trip.
Basic health insurance and prescription drug costs
Fall 2007 – Drug costs are rising steadily. Here are a few recommendations…(in french).
Long-term disability insurance
Fall 2007 – Depending on your employment status as a teacher, how much will your premiums and benefits be? How long will you be able to draw benefits?
To find out more… (in french)
Terminating disability insurance before retirement?
Fall 2007 – What are the pros and cons and potential repercussions of such a decision? Here’s an explanation, using two examples (in french).
Premium holiday for long-term disability insurance
May 20, 2006 – At a meeting of participating unions on May 19, 2006, the following resolution was passed:
“that a full premium holiday for life insurance and long-term salary insurance be awarded, concentrated in the summer pay periods, for a period of three years, with an annual reassessment.”
Given the surpluses currently accumulated, the FNEEQ Insurance and Pension Committee (CFARR, for Comité Fédéral des Assurances et Régime de Retraite) has confirmed that this holiday, equal to about 15% of the amount of the premium, will be repeated this summer. So there will not be any deductions from your pay for life insurance and long-term salary insurance this summer.