Retirees' Associations

Retirees' Associations

Canadian Association of Retired Persons (C.A.R.P.)

 “Federal and provincial governments need to hear from Canadians on policies and legislation that sooner or later affect us all.  C.A.R.P. ensures that older Canadians’ voices are heard in Parliament and that vital political promises are made and kept.” - Moses Znaimer, C.A.R.P.'s President. 

Association of Professors Retired from the University of Ottawa (APRUO)

The APRUO is the official representative of the retired professors of the University of Ottawa,‭ ‬as recognized by the University‭ ‬administration and by the Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa‭ (‬APUO‭)‬.‭ ‬It promotes the interests,‭ ‬well-being and objectives‭ ‬of its members,‭ ‬and maintains‭ ‬mutually beneficial relationships with the University of Ottawa,‭ ‬the APUO,‭ ‬and the‭ ‬Administrative Staff Retiree Association‭.

College and University Retiree Associations of Canada (CURAC)

CURAC is a not-for-profit federation of retiree organizations at colleges and universities across Canada who's purpose is to share information about activities of member organizations, to provide mutual assistance, and to speak publicly on issues of concern to the over fifteen thousand individual college and university retirees across Canada.

Older Adults Centres' Association of Ontario (OACAO)

The OACAO is a recognized leader in the development of quality services, resources and support for our network of community-based older adult centres.