@euarahuetes20 asked 7 months ago.

How do you pay into the ontario provincial pension plan, when your employer is in another province?

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@ennapuppav answered 7 months ago.

I am a self-employed individual earning a salary in Ontario. However, my company is based in Alberta, and therefore I am not eligible for the Ontario pension plan. I have applied for and received an Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) exemption.
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@wezurrogo answered 7 months ago.

You need to fill out a form and mail it with a copy of your pay stubs to the Canada Pension Plan. You can find the form on the Service Canada website.
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@razommoqiddu answered 7 months ago.

If you work in Ontario, Canada, and your employer is out of province, you can elect to pay into the Ontario Pension Plan (OPP). In order to do so, you'll need to fill out an OPP8 form, which your employer can get for you.
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