National Association of Federal Retirees
Peel Halton and Area Branch
Branch Organization - Territory Description
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Branch Overview...

Established: - National Association of Federal Retirees (formerly FSNA) national in 1964; Peel-Halton Branch in 1994 - See Branch History for details.

Areas Served: - Halton Region ; Peel Region

Description: - The Association advocates measures which are beneficial to people receiving federal superannuation pensions. It protects current federal superannuation pension benefits and promotes improvements. It also cooperates with other retiree organizations to promote the general welfare of all retirees/pensioners.

Meeting Details: - Two membership meetings a year in the areas served in the Regional Municipalities of Halton and Peel.

Eligibility: The membership base consists of individuals who are receiving a payment under three superannuation acts:

  1. Federal Public Service;
  2. Canadian Forces and RCMP and their spouses; and
  3. the Judges Act (Federally appointed judges) and their spouses.

Application: see our Membership Information page for details.

Fees Membership: (currently) $38.28 year for retiree or surviving spouse and $49.68 for double membership - retiree and spouse. For more information Click Here!.

Languages Other Than English: French

Elections: - May each year

Branch Organization...

...see our Membership and Recruiting page for details

Branch Board - Current Members...

Director Position/Portfolio



Special Advisor:Renee
Chair: Membership:Robert
Chair: Health and
Chair: Telephone Committee:Carlos
Chair: Events Co-ordinator:Ken
Chair: Social Programs:Saleem
Member-at-Large:Shiv Bajwa
Branch Report/

Volunteer Position/Portfolio



Your Board Members - Present and Past!

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Mail Address:

National Association of Federal Retirees
Peel Halton and Area Branch
1235 Trafalgar Road, Box 84018
Oakville, Ontario
L6H 5V7

Telephone: (905) 599-6151
Our office is not full-time staffed, however we will check our voice mail daily! Please be sure to indicate, in your voicemail message, who you would like to contact or what information you are seeking.



Starting from Lake Ontario, the boundary follows the Etobicoke Creek to the south east corner of the Lester B Pearson International Airport and continues in a northerly direction along Hwy 427 to Finch Ave. There it heads west of the 427/Finch Ave clover leaf and continues across the Claireville reservoir to line up with Hwy 50 and continues along Hwy 50 to Mayfield Rd. It then proceeds west to Humber Station Road, north along Humber Station Rd to Old Church Rd, east back to Hwy 50 and then along Hwy 50 to Hwy9.


Starting from the junction of Hwys 9 and 50, the boundary goes west to Dufferin County Rd 2 East, then north to Hockley Rd, west to Dufferin County Road 16, south on County Rd. 16 to Hwy 9, west to the three way junction of Hwy 9, Dufferin County Rds 3 and 23, south on County Rd. 23 to the Caledon - East Garafaxa Town Line, west to Peel County Rd 19/Wellington County Rd 25 (Winston Churchill Blvd), then south to the Wellington county/Region of Halton boundary to just north of Terra Cotta, west along Halton 42 almost to Eden Mills, where the boundary does a jog to the south of Eden Mills to continue south along the Wellington/Halton boundary.


Starting from Lake Ontario, the boundary follows Burloak Drive to just north of the QEW, continuing in a northerly direction to cross the Bronte Creek Provincial Park to Dundas St., (Hwy #5) and continuing north along the Tremaine Rd (Halton 22) to Burnhamthorpe Rd. (Halton No 1 side road). It then goes west to the end of Burnhamthorpe Rd., (just to the east of a branch of the Bronte Creek), where it turns north to line up with Bell School House Rd (Milton 6th Line). At Britannia Rd the boundary turns west to follow Britannia Rd to Blind Lane where the boundary again turns north to line up with Twiss Rd. At Derry Rd. the boundary goes west to Hamilton-Wentworth/Halton boundary. Here the Peel Halton Branch boundary follows the H/W/H municipality boundaries north. At Hwy 401 the boundary becomes the Wellington/Halton boundary. It continues north to just north of Halton Side Rd 30 where the boundary turns east to meet the Branch's northern boundary.

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