At a Glance

Strategic Plan

The Association has a new three-year Strategic Plan for 2017-2019 that came into effect on January 1, 2017.

A primary change in the Association’s Vision, Mission and Values is the expansion of our original focus on federal retirees to help protect income security and health care for all Canadians in retirement. This broader role for our Association positions us as a leader in the retirement landscape and further serves the interests of our members.


Vision

All Canadians enjoy dignity and security in retirement.

Mission

To significantly improve the quality and security of retirement for our members and all Canadians through advocacy and the provision of services.


Values  

  • Leadership
  • Integrity
  • Accountability
  • Service
  • Respect


Strategic Framework


The Association's current Strategic Plan is based on a framework that addresses retirement income security and health for our members, and for all Canadians.  

 

A graphic depicting the 2016-18 strategic framework and goals described in the following five parts.   Part 1:  Values.   Part 2: Vision statement and mission statement.  Part 3: The Four Strategic Framework Pillars:  Pillar one— Income Security for Members.  Pillar two— Health Care for Members.  Pillar three— Income Security for all Canadians.  Pillar four— Health Care for all Canadians.  Part 4: The five strategic goals:  Goal one—  Our pensions are protected (lead role). Goal two—  our health benefits are protected (lead role). Goal three— Veterans are Supported (Support Role).  Goal four— Retirement Income Security is Enhanced (Support Role). Goal five—  The National Seniors Strategy is Promoted (support role).  Part 5:  Enabling Goals.  Enabling Goal 1: Grow our membership.  Enabling Goal 2: enhance volunteer recruitment and engagement.   Enabling Goal 3: Improve internal communications.   Enabling Goal 4: Improve volunteer training.