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Heritage Club

Reward Yourself for Your Quarter Century of Service

If you’ve contributed 25 years or have retired with 10 completed years in the service of Canada Post, congratulations — you now qualify for membership in The Heritage Club. Part social clubs and part community service groups, there are 25 members-run local Heritage Club chapters across the country. Each year, they add new friendships and countless enriching and rewarding hours to the lives of long-serving and retired Canada Post employees — and give back to their communities in the process.

A Club for Members, by Members

One of the largest organizations of its kind in the country, the Heritage Club is a national organization with a decidedly local focus. The Heritage Club chapters plan a range of social activities that offer members opportunities to maintain established friendships and strike up new ones. From regular chapter get-togethers, to cultural outings, golf and other recreational activities, vacation getaways, etc., chapter social events can take whatever form their members want and enjoy most.

Contributing to Community

While the primary objective of the Heritage Club is to add fun and friendship to members’ lives, the members themselves made the club an important contributor to community and charitable causes. Following the Club motto, "People Helping People", members over the past decade have contributed almost a half million hours of volunteer time and talent organizing and supporting events, and contributing to worthwhile causes. In addition, members are the driving-force behind the National Heritage Literacy Project and assist with Canada Post’s popular Write to Santa Program.

To Join

Complete the Membership Application Form and mail to:

Canada Post Heritage Club
c/o Holly Perreault
3350 Dolphin Court
Windsor ON N8R 2G7

  • Membership Application Form
  • Heritage Club Web Site
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    If you retired or terminated from Canada Post prior to October 1, 2000

    If you retired or terminated from Canada Post prior to October 1, 2000 and would like to obtain information on your pension, contact the Government of Canada Pension Center.

    Toll free: 1-800-561-7930
    Outside Canada and the United States: 506-533-5800 (collect calls accpeted)
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    or by fax at 418-566-6298

    In writting:
    Public Services and Procurement Canada
    Government of Canada Pension Centre–Mail Facility
    PO Box 8000
    Matane QC G4W 4T6

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