Retiree’s Corner

At Unifor retired workers are an important part of the political and community activities. The Retired Workers department provides assistance to the Retired Workers Chapters and Retired Workers Area Councils to keep them involved in the campaigns and activities of the union.

Congress of Union Retirees of Canada

More than half a million retired union members are able to speak with one voice through the Congress of Union Retirees of Canada.

Ontario Federation of Union Retirees (OFUR)

The Ontario Federation of Union Retirees (OFUR) evolved from a chapter of the Canadian Congress of Retirees. OFUR 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. United Senior Citizens of Ontario

United Senior Citizens of Ontario

The United Senior Citizens of Ontario is registered as a not-for-profit, volunteer driven organization in Ontario. The mission of U.S.C.O. is to represent the needs of seniors through unity, education, support and co-operation with member clubs and other groups to enhance the quality of life, community participation and independence of seniors.

National Pensioners Federation

National Pensioners Federation is a national, not-for-profit, non-partisan, non-sectarian organization with 350 seniors’ chapters, clubs, groups, organizations and individual supporters across Canada. It has a collective membership of 1,000,000 seniors and retirees who are devoted entirely to the welfare and best interests of aging Canadians. The mission is to stimulate public interest in the welfare of aging Canadians. The goal is to help seniors and retirees have a life of dignity, independence and financial security.

Retirees' Executive Board

Here is the board that represents over 4,000 retired male and female members:

Arnie De VaanChairperson
Dave TremblayVice Chairperson
George MuldoonRecording Secretary
Charlie GoodeSergeant at Arms
Harry AireExecutive at Large
John McCabeExecutive at Large
Ian ParryExecutive at Large