Some Advocacy Initiatives of the National Association of Federal Retirees
Federal Retirees is Canada’s largest and most influential advocacy group for federal pensioners. Together, our 180,000 members include federal retirees and employees, their partners and survivors, from Canada’s federal public service, the Canadian Armed Forces, the RCMP and retired federally-appointed judges. More...
Seniors and the Health Accord
We know that Canada’s population is aging. With the first of the baby boom generation now reaching 65, persons aged 65 and older now outnumber those under 15 years of age – an historic first for this country. It’s started to prompt broad discussion among policy makers about seniors’ care, and ensuring seniors’ needs are addressed strategically by all orders of government. More...
Working together brings results.
The Association has a proud 50-year history of advocacy on behalf of its 185,000 members. Here are some highlights of our achievements for federal retirees:
The top ten government promises that we are watching closely
The Prime Minister’s mandate letters provided a welcome glimpse into what we can expect from this new government. While short on specifics, they do identify a number of areas that relate to our members.