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Are you retiring in the near future?

Did you know?

You can remain a member of the Institute for just 8% of the regular dues!

Regular Members superannuating from the public service who elect to remain as Retired Members have no fees owing for the balance of the calendar year in which they retire. For the years following retirement, you can remain a Retired Member by paying a nominal yearly membership fee of just 8% of the Institute's Regular dues which means only $69.60 for the year!

Did you know?

You will be able to continue your participation in ServicePlus, the Institute's enhanced member benefits program which includes life insurance coverage, home and auto insurance, as well as preferential rates and savings on financial and consumer products and services!

Did you know?

As a Retired Member, you may continue to participate in various Institute activities!

  • you may stand for office, vote and participate in the activities of the Retired Members Guild
  • at the Institute level, you may vote for Officers and Directors, stand as a candidate for office, attend general meetings (even as a delegate if authorized by the Retired Members Guild or the Region in which you reside)
  • at the Group level, you may vote and participate in the activities of your former Group, although doing so may be limited by the Group's Constitution and By-Laws
  • you may vote and participate in the activities of the Branch to which you belong

Did you know?

You will continue to receive Institute general communications and newsletters from your former Group!

We hope you will decide to continue your membership as a Retired Member. To do so, you need only click on the link below.

I WANT to continue my membership in the Institute as a Retired Member

I DO NOT WANT to continue my membership in the Institute as a Retired Member

How to Pay Your Retired Dues