My Service Canada Account (MSCA) is a secure online portal that lets you apply, view and update your information for
- Employment Insurance (EI)
- Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
- Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPP-D) and
- Old Age Security (OAS).
All of above plans are given by the Canada post services. How to get it with we have some details information regarding how it will work. Canada pension plan
My service canada account login
Sign in with GCKey
Sign in with your bank
Sign in with your province
Register with GCKey
Use GCKey to access multiple Government of Canada online services.
Register with your bank
Use your online banking sign in information (Sign-in Partner).
Register with your province*
Use your provincial digital ID.
* Alberta and British Columbia only
What is GCkey in My service canada account? How GCkey Use?
A GCKey is a unique electronic credential issued by the Government of Canada for use with online Government services. To use GCKey to access My Service Canada Account (MSCA) you must have the two important things:
- a GCKey ID
- a Personal Access Code (PAC)
PACs (Personal Access Code) are used to help validate your identity for MSCA and keep your account secure.
Request a PAC
A PAC is your key to accessing secure online services. Service Canada will provide you with a PAC (Personal Access Code). You need this code to register for MSCA with GCKey.
You can request a PAC by three ways:
In person at a Service Canada Office
Sign up for GCKey (if you don’t have it)
Use your GCKey to access multiple Government of Canada online Services.
Sign up for a GCKey user ID and password if you do not have one. If you have forgotten an existing GCKey user ID you will need to create a new one.
You will not need your PAC for this step.
Register for MSCA with your GCKey
Are you ready to register? You will need:
- your PAC
- your Social Insurance Number (SIN)