Heritage Club

est. 1989   |   People helping people

Membership

Membership in The Heritage Club is voluntary. Potential members must apply for membership. As employees become eligible, they receive information welcoming them to membership. Employees retiring from Canada Post Corporation with between 10 and 25 years of service and who will be in receipt of a pension from CPC the day following retirement, will need to apply for membership if they wish to join the Club. A Heritage Club application form is included in their ‘retirement packages” from the Corporation.Active employees are those with 25 years or more of service. This category includes full-time and part-time Canada Post employees who contribute to superannuation. Previous part-time and casual service counts in the calculation of full-time years of service. Consequently, The Heritage Club data base will represent the information contained in HRIS (Human Resource Information System).Individuals currently on long-term leave of absence, are eligible for awards and/or membership once they reach the above-noted criteria.

 

Joining the Heritage Club

Membership in The Heritage Club is voluntary. Potential members must apply for membership. As employees become eligible, they receive information welcoming them to membership. Employees retiring from Canada Post Corporation with between 10 and 25 years of service and who will be in receipt of a pension from CPC the day following retirement, will need to apply for membership if they wish to join the Club. A Heritage Club application form is included in their ‘retirement packages” from the Corporation.Active employees are those with 25 years or more of service. This category includes full-time and part-time Canada Post employees who contribute to superannuation. Previous part-time and casual service counts in the calculation of full-time years of service. Consequently, The Heritage Club data base will represent the information contained in HRIS (Human Resource Information System).Individuals currently on long-term leave of absence, are eligible for awards and/or membership once they reach the above-noted criteria.

 

Honorary/Auxillary Membership Categories

Honorary Members are nominated by a Chapter executive or the Legislative Body and approved by the National Executive. They have made a truly unusual or outstanding contribution to The Heritage Club over an extended period of time. They do not have the right to vote or hold office but are entitled to other membership privileges. Honorary membership is automatically bestowed on the President and CEO of Canada Post Corporation.Auxiliary Members include spouses of deceased members.