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Members' Discounts & Offers

Membership does have its benefits! If you want to save a few dollars, we have arranged for a variety of special rates, discounts and other benefits to be available to CN Pensioners. Whether its Home and Auto & Travel Insurance or Personal Travel Benefits or you need a new computer, check out the various offers listed.  

As always, while we encourage our members to investigate all options when they are planning their purchases, these are some specific discounts that are available to you

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The CNPA has teamed up with belairdirect to score special deals on insurance that’s tailored just for you. You’ll also enjoy enhanced home coverage and the option for great car insurance add-ons with their Affinity Plus endorsement. 

Get your quote today with group ID code CNPA.


Visit or call 1-833-887-4626

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The CNPA and CN Rail have secured numerous discounts for stays worldwide for our members.  Look here!


Avis is pleased to offer CNPA members discounted rates for car rentals in Canada & the US as well as internationally


CNPA members have access to great travel coverage through Johnson Insurance.  An annual MEDOC® Travel Insurance plan is often less than the cost of purchasing single trip insurance. 


Call 1-866-606-3362 or visit to get a quote and finalize your coverage.

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Holo Alert is offering discounted rates on a medical alert monitoring pendant or watch to our membership



Key information for holders of the VIA Pass


HP has teamed up with Canadian National to offer you the opportunity to purchase award-winning HP and Compaq consumer products at discounted prices.  You can take advantage of exclusive deals and discounts (up to 12%)

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Budget is pleased to offer members of the CNPA reduced rates for car rentals in Canada & the United States

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​The CNPA is pleased to announce that we have partnered with The Rocky Mountaineer, who operate a luxury train network with routes through the Canadian Rockies.

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