The Multi-Employer Benefit Plan Council of Canada
2017 Montreal Conference
MEBCO in cooperation with the AEIP and NCCMP is pleased to invite you to attend the 9th Transatlantic Conference. Click here to learn more.
MEBCO was established in 1992 as a federal no-share capital corporation, operating on a not-for-profit basis. MEBCO represents the interests of Canadian multi-employer pension and benefits plans with provincial and federal governments regarding proposed or existing legislation and policies affecting these plans.
Our Board of Directors serve MEBCO on a volunteer basis, and are responsible for identifying issues that impact multi-employer plans, developing a strategy to address those issues, and then carrying out this strategy. They are elected representatives from all persons and disciplines involved in multi-employer plans, including union and employer trustees, professional third party administrators, non profit or "in-house" plan administrators, actuaries, benefit consultants, lawyers, and chartered accountants.
We carry out our mandate in a number of ways:
- By advocating our position on behalf of multi-employer plans before administrative tribunals, provincial and federal governments, and their agencies.
- By intervening and participating in proceedings before courts or other judicial bodies.
- By preparing and presenting reports, studies, and submissions on matters of importance to our members.
For more information on multi-employer plans ("MEPs"), click on the links below.