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  • Mountain Regional Council (E1) |

    Mountain Region Regional Council (E1) More details on the Mountain Region Regional Council can be found by visiting their website ​ Council Executive Chairperson Dennis Jensen Vice Chairperson Gordon Wheatley Secretary Blake Olson Treasurer Al Vodden Regional Council Representatives Calgary - CN RailVets (E2) Judy Woods Edmonton - CN RailVets (E3) Cliff Gervais Kamloops/Okanagan (E4) Myron Wizniak Nanaimo (E6) Len Townsend Victoria (E7) Gordon Wheatley Vancouver (E8) Alex Hui Fraser Valley (E9) Barry Jones Central & Northern BC (E10) Jeff Mohr National Council Representatives Vice-President/National Director (Mountain) Al Vodden National Director (Mountain) Dennis Jensen National Director (Mountain) Blake Olson National Director - Alternate (Mountain) Gordon Wheatley Pension Committee Blake Olsen Pension Committee - Alternate Mary McLaughlin Health Care Committee Blake Olson Health Care Committee - Alternate MIchael Petrescu Other Council Positions National Newsletter - Mountain Alex Hui Government Liaison - Mountain Tim Urbanovitch

  • Membership |

    Why Membership Matters ​Membership consists of retired CN employees, surviving spouses and honorary members as well as retirees and their spouses from groups formerly connected with CN (i.e. VIA Rail and Marine Atlantic). Active employees can be admitted as social members without voice or vote. "Bridged" employees are also eligible for membership to the CN Pensioners' Association. Although we advocate on behalf of all CN Pensioners and surviving spouses as volunteers, operating expenses are a reality. If you are not already a contributing member, by becoming one for only $1.00 a month, you can help defray such expenses. Your $1 per month will entitle you to several membership benefits and as information, approximately $0.83 of your $1 per month is returned to your local council of choice for their use. It is easy to become a member – just go to our sign up form below or email us at . For more information, click on one of the topics below What the CNPA Does For You What does your annual $12 fee get for you as a member? Pension representation, health care plan, benefits, newsletters, discounts, local meetings and events and so much more Members Obituary Listing With the passage of time comes the recent passing of those we knew... Employment Opportunities Wondering about a second career or earning some additional income? There are opportunities that might be of interest to you Joining the CNPA If you're not yet a CNPA member, you should be! Welcome aboard! ​ Fill out and submit the application form and you'll become one of the more than 30000 members Members Reference Page Need contact info? Where do I look on Facebook? What other CNPA web sites exist? Look here! CNPA Members Discounts CNPA members can save on a number of services or items such as insurance, travel packages, car rentals, hotel stays, office equipment and even vehicles. And there is CN Pass for travel on VIA Rail for some members Frequently Asked Questions In case you were wondering...

  • Mail Order Pharmacy |

    Mail Order Pharmacy Save Money and Free Home Delivery of Prescription Drugs Over the last couple years, we have become more comfortable purchasing online, but what about your prescriptions? In the last year alone, our members have filled over 1000 of their prescriptions on line and through our partners. With Mail Order Pharmacy , you avoid trips to pharmacies, it is safe and efficient, and has LOWER PRICES than most pharmacies in Canada, and with FREE delivery, so save even more. For those in remote locations, or with restricted mobility, this could be worth looking at. ​ It’s available to all CN Pensioner Medavie Blue Cross (MBC) plan members (#93115) , except in Quebec. MBC utilizes two leading home delivery pharmacy service providers. Telus Health Virtual Pharmacy (formerly Alliance) and Sobeys Pharmacy by Mail make it easy for our members to access the maintenance drugs they regularly need, the way they want. They also connect with your eligible provincial drug programs AND your Blue Cross coverage. These pharmacies will help manage your medications with you, you can do refills on line, and they will connect with your doctors where necessary. Registration is simple and quick. Call them and get the scoop, ask questions and make sure your concerns are addressed! Telus Health also offers a handy App. Call the toll-free numbers to register (have your Blue Cross and Provincial Health Care Card ready): Telus Health Virtual Pharmacy – Available All Across Canada (except Quebec) ​ East - for Ontario and all Atlantic Provinces Phone (Toll Free): 1-888-921-0466 Fax (Toll Free): 1-877-835-8329 Hours: Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pm EST ​ Central - for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nunavut Phone (Toll Free): 1-866-318-0047 Fax (Toll Free): 1-833-815-5756 Hours: Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pm CST ​ West – for Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon and Northwest Territories Phone (Toll Free): 1-855-370-7979 Fax (Toll Free): 1-855-295-7174 Hours: Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pm PST or Sobeys Pharmacy by Mail ​ Phone (Toll Free): 1-866-657-MEDS (6337) (Except Quebec) (Pharmacy located in Moncton and shipping from Moncton)

  • Quebec Scholarships |

    CNPA Quebec Luc Grenier Trade Bursary Purpose To assist financially in the educational pursuit and career development of the families of CNPA contributing members residing in the Province of Québec. Objective One $1,500 trade bursary to be awarded to students registered in a Québec recognized School to have a trade, commencing with the fall 2023 school year. ​ Eligibility Children, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren (includes legally adopted and step children) of supporting members of the CN Pensioners’ Association who are in good standing for at least one year prior to date of bursary application and residing in the Province of Québec at the time of the application.* ​ * Definition of supporting members as per Article IV Membership Item 4.02(e) of the Constitution and Bylaws of the National Council of CN Pensioners Association Inc. Key Dates Program Opens - April 15, 2023 Application Deadline - August 15, 2023 Winner Contacted - By the end of the first week of September 2023 ​The 2023 Luc Grenier Trade Bursary, sponsored by the Quebec Council of the CN Pensioners, will be open online to Applicants effective April 15th. Applications will once again be accepted by email only and must include all scanned or electronic supporting documentation as one complete PDF file. The application package must be received no later than August 15th. Please read all the instructions, terms and conditions and submission requirements carefully before emailing your submissions, as incomplete submissions will be rejected. Please ensure you use the current application form below as the form has changed from previous years. Winners of the annual program are announced in the annual Winter edition of the National Newsletter. 2023 Bursary Winners NOTE: This bursary is subject to approval on a yearly basis at the Annual General Meeting of the Executives of the Québec Region. Bursary Documents Application Terms & Conditions / Completion Instructions

  • Local Council A8 |

    South West (Port aux Basque) (A8) Council Executive President Charlie Matthews ​ 1st Vice President Manuel Baker ​ 2nd Vice President Vacant ​ Secretary Marie Dominie ​ Treasurer Nancy Osmond ​

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    OOPS! There’s Nothing Here. Our rewritten web site has broken a lot of old links and search results - sorry about that. We'll do our best to fix those issues over time but for now, why don't you start over again from our homepage and see if you can find what you're looking for from there! Back to Homepage

  • Discounts - Collette |

    Collette Tours Travel far, travel often, and travel for less with Collette. They say travel is one of the best ways to truly learn about a destination. It has the unique ability to teach us new information, broaden our horizons, and stir our sense of curiosity. Whether you wish to savor new cuisines, immerse yourself in a culture completely unlike your own, or see an historic landmark you’ve only read about in books, ​Collette can help make your travel dreams a reality. With 100 years of guided touring experience, over 160 tours to all seven continents, and full-time industry-leading tour managers, Collette makes sure you’re in good hands. Combined with more local cuisine, more inclusive activities, and more flights out of any gateway, Collette takes care of all the details so you don’t have to. CNPA members save $100 per person on any tour! Plus, use offer code CNPASAVE to learn about special savings of up to $500 per person. Included Private Sedan Service: receive round-trip home to airport sedan service on all air-inclusive tours for distances of up to 100 kilometers from eligible airports To view tours, visit /cnpa For reservations, call Collette toll-free at 844-303-7419 or contact your travel professional to learn more. Be sure to mention your CNPA member benefit and offer code CNPASAVE when calling. *Some restrictions apply.

  • Local Council C2 |

    Barrie Council (C2) Council Executive President Bob Haggart ​ 1st Vice-President Gerald Lipnicky ​ 2nd Vice-President Ms Mae Harasymiw ​ Secretary Linda Johnston ​ Treasurer Wayne Eva ​ Past President Charles Surgenor ​ Membership Chair Gerald Lipnicky ​ Newsletter Editor Gerald Lipnicky ​ OPC Delegate (1) Bob Haggart ​ OPC Delegate (2) Gerald Lipnicky ​ OPC Alternate Delegate Peter Sudeyko ​ Council Meetings ​ When: Fourth Wednesday of the month, September to June Exceptionally, December meeting is held second Friday of December Where: Allandale Recreation Centre, Bayview Drive, Barrie, Ont. ​

  • Ontario Provincial (C1) |

    Ontario Provincial Council (OPC) (C1) Council Executive President Robert Haggart 1st Vice-President David Simpson 2nd Vice-President Ronald Hewson Secretary Roger McDevitt Treasurer Cathy Thomas Ontario Provincial Council Delegates Barrie Council (C2) Robert Haggart Barrie Council (C2) Gerry Lipnicky Belleville Council (C3) David Simpson Belleville Council (C3) Roger McDevitt Hamilton Council (C4) Maureen Smyth Hamilton Council (C4) Joan Elliot Kingston Council (C6) David Delcloo Kingston Council (C6) Cathy Thomas London Council (C7) Ron Hewson London Council (C7) Rick Dixon Niagara Falls Council (C8) David Kinghorn Niagara Falls Council (C8) Vacant Ottawa Council (C9) Keith Goodhue Ottawa Council (C9) Mark Merriman Thunder Bay Council (C13) Larry Ezack Thunder Bay Council (C13) Jim Pudas Toronto Council (C14) Dave Bradshaw Toronto Council (C14) Ron Charles National Council Representatives Vice-President/National Director (Ontario) Ron Hewson National Director (Ontario) Les MacDonald National Director (Ontario) David Simpson National Director - Alternate (Ontario) Vacant Pension Committee David Simpson Pension Committee - Alternate Les McDonald Health Care Committee Roger McDevitt Health Care Committee - Alternate Ron Hewson Federal Government Liaison Officer Michael Matthews Other Council Positions National Newsletter - Ontario Cathy Thomas Government Liaison - Ontario Robert Haggart OPC Scholarship Chairperson Les McDonald OPC Inter-Council Membership Liaison Vacant

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  • Councils |

    Regional & Local Councils Atlantic A1: Atlantic Regional Council A2: Campbellton Council A3: PEI Council A4: Edmundston Council # 3 (Mens) A7: Moncton Council #1 A8: South West (Port aux Basque) A9: St. John's Branch A10: Sydney Council #6 A11: Saint John Council #2 ​ Quebec B1: Québec Provincial Council ​ B2: Abitibi Council B3: Bas-Saint-Laurent / Vallée-de-la-Matapédia / Gaspésie Council B4: Coteau / Vaudreuil-Soulanges Council B6: Centre-de-la-Mauricie / Haut-Saint-Mauricie / Laviolette Council B7: Montreal / Laval Council B9: Quebec Council B10: Rivière-Du-Loup Council B11: Saguenay / Lac-Saint-Jean Council B14: Rive-sud-de-Montréal / Laurentides / Lanaudière Council Ontario C1: Ontario Provincial Council C2: Barrie Council C3: Belleville Council C4: Hamilton Council C6: Kingston & Brockville Council C7: London Council C8: Niagara Falls Council C9: Ottawa Council C13: Thunder Bay Council C14: Toronto Council Prairie D2: Saskatchewan Council D3: Manitoba Division #1 Mountain E1: Regional Committee E2: Calgary: CN RailVets E3: Edmonton: CN RailVets E4: Kamloops/Okanagan Council E6: Nanaimo Council E7: Victoria Council E8: Vancouver Council E9: Fraser Valley Council E10: Central & Northern BC Council

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