Directory of Community Programs and Services in Barrie Ontario

Service Canada

Site: Barrie

Service: Canada Pension Plan

Record #: BAR0304
Last Modified: 12 Jan 2024
Last Full Update: 31 Jan 2023


Public Comments There is no local Barrie phone number, use Toll-Free number

NOTE: sign at front of building which houses Barrie Service Canada Centre says Government of Canada, 48 Owen St
Office Phone 1-800-622-6232
Toll Free Phone 1-800-277-9914, English; French: 1-800-277-9915
TTY Phone 1-800-255-4786
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Address & Map
Barrie Service Canada Centre
48 Owen St
Barrie, ON
Canada L4M 3H1
Intersection Owen St and Worsley St
Mailing Address Barrie Service Canada Centre 
48 Owen St 
Barrie, ON 
Canada L4M 3H1
Physical Access Fully Accessible


Description (Service) Monthly payment to people who have contributed to the Canada Pension Plan and who are at least 60 years of age
  • amount of benefits is based on the contributor's earnings and contributions to the Plan
  • pension is fully indexed each January to reflect increases in the cost of living
  • apply for and receive a full CPP retirement pension at age 65 or receive it as early as age 60 with a reduction, or as late as age 70 with an increase
  • when a legal or common law marriage breaks down, either spouse can apply to split the pension credits earned by them during the period that they cohabited
  • for online service go to
  • for assistance accessing services, complete an online request at Service Request
  • for people who do not have internet access call 1-877-355-2657 Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm
  • for assistance in person, make a request for an appointment by filling out the service request form at Service Request

Service Details

Legal Status (40) Federal Government
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm, hours may vary
To make a request for an appointment fill out the service request form at Service Request
Areas Served Barrie ; Simcoe County ; Angus; Alliston; Midhurst; Elmvale; Innisfil
  • For Canadians who have made contributions to the plan
  • Partial pension Seniors 60-64yrs
  • Full pension Seniors 65yrs and up
Application Apply on-line by signing in or registering for a My Service Canada Account (MSCA), not eligible to apply online if any of the following apply:
  • currently receiving CPP retirement pension
  • have already applied for CPP retirement pension and Service Canada is currently assessing the application
  • are currently or were previously receiving CPP disability benefit
  • previously received a disabled contributor's child benefit or a surviving child's benefit
  • were previously receiving a benefit that was paid to a designated third party
  • are currently living outside of Canada
  • have an authorized third party on the account
  • if any of the above applies, application will need to be done by mail or by bringing an application to the Service Canada Centre closest to you
To register for a My Service Canada Account the following will be required:
  • confirmation of personal information, banking information for direct deposit and the date the pension should start
  • apply a maximum of 12 months before the date you would like pension to start
  • to receive CPP payment by paper cheque complete the Application for a Canada Pension Plan Retirement Pension and mail it or bring it to the Service Canada Centre closest to you, see website for details
Languages English ; French - Reception, Website, Interpretation, Programs, Publications
Fees None


Service Categories Canada Pension Plan

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