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S.E. Corner of Richmond Rd. and Churchill
Nothing fancy – though it is the Canadian home (?) of the Elvis Sighting Society. Beware of Elvis anniversaries, unless you like his music (impersonated) up close and personal. Otherwise... we recommend the Popeye Pizza, Fatoush Salad and beer or wine.
Safeguarding the pension, health and dental care benefits of federal retirees
Written by Craig MacDonald
Former FSNA Ottawa Branch President
FSNA: Who Are We?
The Federal Superannuates National Association is the national not-for-profit association of retired federal employees, their spouses and survivors, as well as future pensioners (working employees). With more than 130,000 members and 83 branches across Canada, FSNA is recognized by the Government of Canada as the major representative of pensioners from the Canadian Forces, the Public Service of Canada, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and of federally appointed judges. The Association maintains a National Office in Ottawa with a small core of paid staff. The executive of all 83 branches and National Officers are unpaid volunteers. Association policy is set at triennial conventions by members delegated by branches.