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.



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Making the most of your ASEBP benefits: spending account resources
Using Your Benefits

New Spending Account Resources Plus Upcoming Deadlines

Jul. 11, 2022
Learn more about your Health Spending and Wellness Spending Accounts
Online Booking: in-person
ASEBP News, Retirement

Expanding Our Online Bookings Services

Jul. 4, 2022
Our calendars—and doors—are open for scheduled in-person meetings!
Using Your Benefits

ASEBP Benefits Reminder

Jun. 30, 2022
Before you set out to enjoy your summer leisure activities and adventures, pause to see how your ASEBP benefits continue working for you!
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ASEBP News, Retirement

Saying So Long to Paper ASEBP ID Cards

Jun. 22, 2022
As of July 1, 2022, paper ASEBP ID cards will no longer be sent by mail.
Special version of ASEBP's logo for National Indigenous Peoples Day, featuring five extraordinary Indigenous peoples.

National Indigenous Peoples Day

Jun. 21, 2022
We are celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day with a special video message from our chief executive officer, Kelli Littlechilds.

Severe Weather in Southern Alberta

Jun. 17, 2022
Wild weather can create uncertainty and stress, especially when it affects our communities and those we care about.
Woman sitting by a rocky river bed getting ready to go fly fishing
Using Your Benefits

Falling Ill or Getting Injured During a School Break

Jun. 7, 2022
Even when you’re not at work, still let your employer know right away about a serious illness or injury.
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Scheduling Calls with ASEBP

Jun. 6, 2022
Let’s chat… your way!

Tune in to Your Body

May. 24, 2022
Tips to help you spot the signs of negative stress, build resilience, and help you cope
Asian Heritage Month version of ASEBP logo, which is described at the end of the news article.

Asian Heritage Month

May. 2, 2022
Our chief executive officer has prepared a special message for Asian Heritage Month.