Becoming a member

 

CHOOSE THE TYPE OF MEMBERSHIP YOU NEED

SINGLE MEMBERSHIP

You are a pensioner of the Public Service of Canada, Canadian Forces, of the RCMP or the Federal Magistrature.


DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP

You wish th at the same benefits are granted to your spouse.


METHOD OF PAYMENT

Choose the mode of payment that is convenient for you


TYPES OF MEMBERSHIP

Single membership


A federal retiree in receipt of a pension under one of the superannuation acts (Public Service, Canadian Forces or RCMP) or the Judges Act. The surviving spouse of a federal retiree who is in receipt of a survivor pension under one of the above superannuation acts or the Judges Act.

Annual fees
Fees are 51,48$ per calendar year or 4,29$ per month on direct deductions at source (DDS) from your pension. The Federal Retirees, Montreal section, being an organization of volunteers, we strongly encourage the payment by direct deductions at source (DDS) because it saves iportant resources (time, correspondence, stamps, etc.)

Important notice : The DDS is not applicable to RCMP survivor allowances, judges'pensions and judges'survivor allowances.

Double membership


Regular members wishing to provide a membership to their partner to benefit of the advantages granted to Federal Retirees's members (id: travel insurance). This type of membership is also advantageous as many branch activities may be more expensive for non-members. In addition, both members are entitled to vote and run for affice of desired.

Annual fees
Fees are 66,60$ per calendar year or 5,55$ per month on direct deductions at source (DDS) from your pension. The Federal Retirees, Montreal section, being an organization of volunteers, we strongly encourage the payment by direct deductions at source (DDS) because it saves important resources (time, correspondence, stamps, etc.)


METHOD OF PAYMENT

Direct Deduction at Source(DDS)


Members can have monthly membership dues deducted directly from their superannuation payments by signing a form authorizing Public Works and Government Services Canada to deduct their dues from their pension cheque. This option of payment is optional, but it is strongly recommended because of its simplicity of administration, the safety of the process and the lesser costs of management compared with the payment by check. Furthermore, it can be revoked whenever, by a simple notice given to the national Office of the Federal Retirees. This authorization is on the application form, it is necessary to complete it if you privilege this method of payment.

Important notice : The DDS cannot be applied to RCMP survivor allowances, judges’ pensions and judges’ survivor allowances. It is the same for associate members. Payment by a cheque is the only method of payment.


Payment by cheque

A member can prefer to pay its contributions by cheque rather than by monthly deduction at source, in which case he has to issue a cheque in the name of the NAFR in the amount corresponding to the chosen type of membership.  It is up to the member which chooses this option to make sure, to continue to take advantage of the advantages associated to its membership in the NAFR, that the expenses of membership are acquitted before your membership expires. A mail reminder or an e-mail will be made for the annual renewal

Payment by credit card

Follow this link which will guide you to the National site. All three options of payment will be offered to you.

https://www.federalretirees.ca/en/

TO SUBMIT A NEW MEMBERSHIP


Follow this link to download the membership form : Download Membership form

Print and fill the application form. Then, send it to us, having filled the DDS section or accompagnied with your payment to the following address :

NAFR National Office
865 Shefford Road
Ottawa ON K1J 1H9