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Services for Seniors – Seniors Income Plan

Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - Ministry of Social Services

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Service Description

A monthly supplement provided to older adults who have little or no income other than the federal Old Age Security (OAS) pension and Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS). 


Must be: - 65 years of age or older - Permanent resident of Saskatchewan - Receive full or partial OAS pension and GIS - Annual income below a specified level.

Application Process

Must first complete an initial application for the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS).

- The income reported on the GIS application (and/or previous year’s income tax return) determines eligibility.
- Older adults will automatically receive Seniors Income Plan (SIP) benefits if they qualify.
- If entitled to the maximum GIS, older adults are also entitled to the maximum SIP benefit. An increase in income will lower the GIS entitlement and SIP benefit.
- Each year after that, the income reported on the income tax return determines eligibility and the amount of monthly federal and provincial supplements paid.
- Eligibility is reassessed each year in July.


No cost.

Phone 1: 306-787-2681

Toll-Free: 1-800-667-7161

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Phone 1: 306-787-2681

Toll-Free: 1-800-667-7161

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