Place des Aînés Laval Québec
An organization for people over 50 years of age, with more than 6,000 members. The organization offers many cultural activities and educational courses such as languages, painting, etc. It also offers different programmes for fitness.
Active Retired Members of OSSTF
ARM is comprised of about 4,000 retired education workers in Ontario. We support OSSTF/FEESO politically and maintain social contacts for our members.
Visit website: http://armcouncil.org
CUPE Retirees’ Association/Association des retraités du SCFP
The CRA is a strong voice for retired CUPE staff. Our mandate is to safeguard and advance the economic welfare of its members.
Canadian Postmasters and Assistants Association
The Canadian Postmasters and Assistants Association was founded in 1902 in Stonewall, Manitoba as a grass roots organization dedicated to improving the working conditions of Postmasters in rural Manitoba. CPAA grew from a local organization to a national association that is the second largest bargaining unit representing employees of Canada Post Corporation.
CWA/SCA Canada Retirees Council
The CWA/SCA Retirees Council unites retired media workers to advocate for social change. The Council promotes democracy, free and independent journalism, public broadcasting, union rights and social reform to improve the health and well-being of all Canadians.
PIPSC Retired Members GuildP
The Retired Members Guild is a constituent body of PIPSC and was established in November 2000 and consists of PIPSC Retired members.
The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada represents over 55,000 professionals and scientists across Canada’s public sector.
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Canadians for Tax Fairness advocates for fair and progressive tax policies aimed at building a strong and sustainable economy, reducing inequalities and funding quality public services.
National Pensioners Federation
National Pensioners Federation is a national, non partisan, non sectarian organization of 350 seniors chapters, clubs, groups, organizations and individual supporters across Canada with a collective membership of 1,000,000 seniors and retirees devoted entirely to the welfare and best interests of ageing Canadians.
Congress of Union Retirees of Canada
More than half a million retired union members speak with one voice through the Congress of Union Retirees of Canada. Founded in 1991 as an affiliate of the Canadian Labour Congress, CURC advocates and lobbies on issues relevant to retired union members and their spouses.
Saskatchewan Union Retirees Federation
Members are retired union members and working to get issues that concern retirees. Planning for events for Oct 1 . Also providing benefits for those who have lost them
British Columbia Federation of Retired Union Members (BCFORUM)
BC Forum represents thousands of retired and active workers from unions affiliated to the B.C. Federation of Labour.
B.C. Forum is a registered non-profit society for union members age 50 and up. We are dedicated to representing the well-being of members, their families and their spouses.
British Columbia Retired Teachers’ Association
The BC Retired Teachers’ Association is a provincial organization that enables its 15,000 members to speak with one voice about the interests, concerns and wellbeing of retired educators in BC.
Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees
SOAR represents 100,000 retired USW members and spouses from coast to coast to coast, organized in local chapters in major communities in every province in Canada. Dedicated to improving the communities in which our members live, advancing the policies of the USW and the labour movement, and engaging in education and political action to enhance the wellbeing of our members and society.
Canadian Association of Retired Teachers
Association Canadienne des enseignantes et des enseignants retraités, Canadian Association of Retired Teachers (ACER-CART) has been in existence since 1991. It is the national voice of retired teachers. It is a national bilingual association of member associations representing over 128,000 retired teachers from Canada’s ten provinces and Yukon Territory.
It operates in the interests of its members, facilitating liaison and mutual assistance among them, and promoting and supporting public education.
It advocates for national policies that are necessary in building a strong social and economic fabric that responds to the needs of aging Canadians.
Coalition citoyenne pour mieux vivre et mieux vieillir (C2V2)
Les objectifs pour lesquels la Coalition citoyenne pour mieux vivre et mieux vieillir (C2V2) est constituée sont lessuivants:
- Promouvoir le regroupement des associations et regroupements de retraités du Québec
- Représenter les associations de retraités du Québec dans la defénse et la promotion des droits de tous les retraités actuels et futurs;
- Organiser toutes formes d’activités de formation et d’information pour défender et promouvoir les droits de tous les retraités actuels et futurs;
- Promouvoir les solidaités, regroupements et partenariats nécessaires en vue d’ éliminer la pauvreté à la retraite et d’établir durablement une retraite décente pour tous et toutes;
- Faciliter les liens et les solidarités entre les générations, pour la défense et la promotion des droits de tous et toutes
Contact : Louisette Hinton
National Association of Federal Retirees
The National Association of Federal Retirees (Federal Retirees) is the largest national advocacy organization representing active and retired members of the federal public service, Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and retired federally appointed judges, as well as their partners and survivors.
With more than 185,000 members including over 60,000 veterans and their families, the Association has been advocating for improvements to the financial security, health and well-being of our members and all Canadians for more than 50 years.
Newfoundland Labrador Coalition of Pensioners Retirees & Seniors Organizations
The following organizations are members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Coalition of Pensioners Retirees & Seniors Organizations
- Newfoundland and Labrador Public Sector Pensioners Association (6650)
- St. John’s Fire Fighters Retirees Association (70)
- NAPE Retirees Local 7002 (1,000)
- Retired Teachers Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (5107)
- Retired Correctional Officers (Represented by NAPE) (150)
- CBC Pensioners
- National Association of Federal Retirees NL (3500)
- CARP (Canadian Association of Retired Persons), Avalon Chapter 1 (2000)
- CN Pensioners’ Association (1141)
- Marine Atlantic Pensioners Association (972)
- Silver Lights Retirees (NALCOR)
Ontario Federation of Union Retirees
The Ontario Federation of Union Retirees is dedicated to the proposition that Ontario Retirees, as free citizens, are entitled to secure and protect their mutual welfare and that of their families by all legitimate means.
Inherent in this proposition is the attainment of it’s economic, social and legislative objectives through the organization of Ontario retirees from free trade unions and it will, at all times, hold true to the high ideals and principals of social justice on which the Labour movement was founded.
British Columbia Old Age Pensioners’ Organization
The British Columbia Old Age Organization Pensioners’ Organization acts as a WATCHDOG on governments to preserve and protect the rights of all seniors. Active and extensive membership convinces governments that the B.C. OAPO Executive has the general support of the organization’s membership. The B.C. OAPO fights for your MEDICARE, your PENSIONS, as well as all other BENEFITS you now enjoy.
ARM – Chapter 22, Niagara
Chapter 22, Niagara is a group of retired education workers in the Niagara region. We work to maintain contacts with each other and to support our local D22 initiatives.
Prince Edward Island Federation of Union Retirees
The retirees organization was founded on PEI in 2010 from a group of a dozen retired Union people that wanted to continue their activism while their energy levels remained fairly high.
We have a seat on the exec. council of the Labour federation with voice and vote and we actively participate in all CURC activities and campaigns.
Nova Scotia Federation of Union Retirees
The Nova Scotia Federation of Union Retirees brings together retirees from CLC affiliated unions to fight for the right of all retirees to have an equitable standard of living and to cooperate with other organizations with a similar objective.
Manitoba Federation of Union Retirees
The Manitoba Federation of Union Retirees brings together retirees from CLC affiliated unions to fight for the right of all retirees to have an equitable standard of living and to cooperate with other organizations with a similar objective.
New Brunswick Federation of Union Retirees
The New Brunswick Federation of Union Retirees brings together retirees from CLC affiliated unions to fight for the right of all retirees to have an equitable standard of living and to cooperate with other organizations with a similar objective.