FSNA is the largest and most influential advocacy group for federal pensioners, representing pensioners from the Public Service, Canadian Forces, and RCMP, as well as retired federal judges. We advocate for the protection and enhancement of our members’ pensions, health & dental insurance benefits. We advocate to affect change at the policy level to enhance the quality of life for our members. We also work to prevent the implementation of proposals detrimental to pensioners' interests.
Since the inception of FSNA in 1963, we have been working diligently and have dedicated our efforts to advocate on behalf of its members. Our goal remains to protect the benefits and promote the interests of our members.
See the key past achievements of FSNA (PDF)
Issues of concern to members
FSNA members and federal retirees in general, face many issues relating to their retirement benefits. The link below provides some insight into the areas of concern identified by FSNA and our commitment to have these issues addressed.
Where we represent pensioners
In the pursuit of its goal to protect your benefits and promote the interests of our members, FSNA represents members’ on many governmental and non-governmental committees.
Provincial/Territorial Advocacy Officers (P/TAOs)
FSNA has 10 Provincial Advocacy Officers (PAOs) representing all the provinces and territories. Their function is to establish, on behalf of FSNA, effective and non-partisan liaison with the appropriate provincial/territorial government officials and other like-minded organizations and advocate on behalf of FSNA members across Canada.