SILC — The Liaison Committee

The Superannuation and Insurance Liaison Committee (SILC), commonly called the Liaison Committee, represents employee and pensioner members of the Civil Service Superannuation Fund (CSSF) which is administered by the Civil Service Superannuation Board (CSSB). The Liaison Committee exists through The Civil Service Superannuation Act of Manitoba.

Liaison Committee members are appointed by organizations that represent employees and retiree members of the pension plan. The SILC’s Negotiating Committee negotiates with the The Employer Pension and Insurance Advisory Committee on matters regarding pension and group insurance benefits for CSSF members.

The SILC also monitors voluntary retiree group benefits programs.

SILC Meetings

The SILC AGM was held on February. 7, 2018.

CSSB Employee Representatives

The current employee representatives on the Civil Service Superannuation Board are as follows:

  • Mr. Ray Erb
  • Mr. Jody Gillis
  • Mr. Dan Marchant
  • Mr. Doug Troke

Elections were held in 2016 for the four employee representatives on the CSSB. Please click here for more information. Thank-you to everyone who cast their ballot in the election.


CSSB Online Services – Plan members may access their plan details online, and run pension and termination estimates.

Retirement Income Calculator – The Canadian Retirement Income Calculator will provide you with retirement income information, including the Old Age Security (OAS) pension and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) retirement benefits.

My Service Canada Account – view and update your Employment Insurance (EI), Canada Pension Plan (CPP), and Old Age Security (OAS) information online.

Canadian Public Pension information – Information on the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security pension and related benefits. Changes to the Canada Pension Plan

Retirement 101 Canada – General information on pension plans from the International Association of Employee Benefit Plans

Picture Yourself in Retirement – Information from the Office of the Superintendent – Pension Commission, Manitoba Finance