The ASEBP office is open for scheduled meetings! Schedule an in-person meeting, video meeting, or phone call with a benefit specialist between 9:15 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday to Friday, by using our Online Booking tool. Please note that the office is closed from 12:15-12:45 p.m. for lunch.


Plan updates, benefit information and upcoming deadlines. All the news that impacts you as an ASEBP member.

Severe Weather in Southern Alberta

Jun. 17, 2022

The heavy rainfall, wind, and flood warnings in southern Alberta might remind you of past severe weather events. Wild weather can create uncertainty and stress, especially when it affects our communities and those we care about.  

When the unexpected happens, it’s normal to worry. In these situations, try and focus on things that are within your control, such as placing valuables in water-tight containers or putting together a grab-and-go bag if you live in an area at high-risk for flooding.  

Saying So Long to Paper ASEBP ID Cards

Jun. 22, 2022

Starting July 1, 2022, ASEBP will no longer automatically mail paper copies of your ASEBP ID cards out to you.

In our increasingly digital world, it makes sense for us to do away with this paper-based process—especially since it accounts for the highest rate of returned mail we receive at our office! Not only will this change save ASEBP time and money, but it’s more convenient for you as well.

Asian Heritage Month

May. 2, 2022

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May is Asian Heritage Month here in Canada, which provides us with a wonderful opportunity to recognize and thank all Asian Canadians for the meaningful ways they have influenced—and will continue to influence—our past, present, and future.

Scheduling Calls with ASEBP

Jun. 6, 2022

Back in May, we released the ability to schedule video meetings and phone calls with ASEBP benefit specialists for only MyRetiree Plan-related questions. However, we’re happy to announce we’ve now expanded this offering to all covered members for general benefit-related questions!

Our 2020-21 Annual Report is Now Available

Mar. 15, 2022

We’re proud to share that our 2020-21 Annual Report, themed around creating a vision for the future of ASEBP and how we’ll achieve it, is now available.

When the new plan year started in September 2020, we all had a vision for what the year would bring. Little did we know, the pandemic would continue to have other plans for us. And while continuing another year of remote working, teaching, and learning may not have been what we expected, we certainly didn’t allow it to stop us.

Russia-Ukraine War

Feb. 25, 2022

Like many today, we’re following the events in Ukraine and acknowledge the disbelief, as well as the growing fear and anger felt by many of our employees, covered members, and Albertans, who have cultural ties and roots in this part of Europe. 

To watch, from afar, the events unfolding in Ukraine are deeply upsetting and shake the core of our collective belief as Canadians that all people have the right to live in peace and decide their own future. 

Apple for Your Thoughts

Feb. 4, 2022

Once again this year, your Teachers’ Convention will be online. We really miss seeing your faces and answering your questions in person! However, be sure to watch for our live or pre-recorded presentations at your online convention. 

You may remember during last year’s Teachers’ Conventions we gave away five Apple Watches with our social media campaign. Well, as conventions are once again online and we aren’t incurring travel and other expenses we normally see during convention season, we’re turning those funds into another Apple Watch contest for 2022!

Black History Month

Feb. 3, 2022

*For a description of the special version of ASEBP’s logo depicted above, please see the end of this article.

This February, ASEBP is proud to take part in Black History Month. It’s a time to celebrate the many Black communities in Canada, as well as their contributions that have significantly shaped both our province and country.

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