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Welcome to the website of the Ottawa Branch of the National Association of Federal Retirees

The Ottawa Branch

Welcome to the website of the Ottawa Branch of the National Association of Federal Retirees (previously the FSNA). We have over 35,000 members. The Ottawa Branch serves the area of the City of Ottawa. We are a non-profit organization whose main mission is to advocate measures beneficial to retirees and future retirees of the Public Service of Canada, the Canadian Armed Forces, the RCMP and federally appointed judges; to oppose measures inimical to them; and to participate in the development of social policies and programs for seniors.

Ottawa Branch is proud to announce the recipient of the Stephen Troy Volunteer of the Year Award 2021: David Gass. Click here to learn more about these amazing volunteers.

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Ottawa Branch is offering several webinars during the COVID-19 pandemic. To view the list of webinars that have past or are upcoming and available for registration please click HERE


Learning to use Zoom!
The Ottawa Branch has decided to use Zoom for its upcoming webinars. You can learn how to participate using Zoom technology by watching this presentation (click here) from our Association. You can also learn about Zoom by contacting Connected Canadians, an Ottawa-based not-for-profit that offers seniors free technical training and support. Call (613) 699-7896 or sign up for help at



To view documents, videos and slides related to events please click HERE.


Ottawa Branch Members’ Discount Program

Be sure to visit this section of our website and see the latest information we have available on new discounts and additional discounts for our members. Click HERE for details.


Neighbours Helping Neighbours

Have you ever thought about how caregivers can do it all? Have you ever thought about supporting them? Ottawa Branch offers a workshop called Neighbours Helping Neighbours. Click HERE to listen to the podcast produced by the Ottawa Public Library that explains more about this initiative led by Shelagh Tuddenham, one of our dedicated Ottawa Branch volunteers. Keep an eye on our monthly electronic newsletter for the dates of our next workshop for members.