National Pensioners Federation is a national, not for profit, non partisan, non sectarian organization of 350 seniors chapters, clubs, groups, organizations and individual supporters across Canada with a collective membership of 1,000,000 seniors and retirees devoted entirely to the welfare and best interests of ageing Canadians.

Our mission is to stimulate public interest in the welfare of aging Canadians. Our goal is to help seniors and retirees have a life of dignity, independence and financial security. We accomplish this through educating our members and the general public on issues such as:

  • Pensions
  • Housing
  • Health Care
  • Democracy
  • Social Programs
  • Elder Abuse
  • Transportation
  • Affordable Access to Information

As well as presenting policy position briefs to the Federal Government based on the resolutions and discussions at our Annual National Convention we lobby Federally for improvements to all things concerning seniors and retired workers.

OBJECTIVES

National Pensioners Federation is an organization devoted entirely to the welfare and best interests of Canada’s elderly.

  1. To promote and establish and foster Seniors’ Centres (called Clubs or Groups) and Regional and Provincial Seniors’ groups throughout Canada.
  2. To provide education for persons in the retired and senior citizens age group and other individuals interested in aging, and the status and well being of seniors.
  3. To reach out to seniors who are lonely, or isolated, or at risk.
  4. To provide programs which promote healthy active lifestyles for seniors, thus sustaining mental and physical health.
  5. To assist in developing the knowledge that seniors should learn during their aging process, through promotion of educational experiences.
  6. To research the aging process, and any problems and benefits pertaining to the aged that might be of interest to the Federation and to use the knowledge gained from that research to educate seniors and any other party or parties who are or might become interested in these concerns.
  7. To provide opportunities for seniors to utilize their volunteer and leadership skills for the benefits of all persons.
  8. To consult with other private and public organizations which offer similar services in order to gather any educational information that will add to knowledge and be of use to seniors and the public.
  9. To Lobby The Canadian Federal government to discuss and enact legislation that will provide a safe, economically just lifestyle, which would include adequate housing, health care/pharmacare, transportation and social inclusion.