Association of Public Service Alliance Retirees

The goal of the Association of Public Service Alliance Retirees (APSAR) is to provide resources to all retired former PSAC members and those over 50 years old. We are a united front, protecting the interests of retired union members, or those who are set to leave the public service soon.

APSAR serves retirees in the following ways:

  • We keep our members informed about issues related to pensions in the federal public service and beyond.

  • We ensure that all PSAC members, all retired former PSAC members and their spouses, beneficiaries or survivors obtain and receive all of the benefits due to them.

  • We monitor any changes to member contributions to pension plans and criticize them when we feel they are excessive.

  • We defend, safeguard, and seek to improve all of the provisions of the Public Service Superannuation Act, the Canada Pension Plan, the Quebec Pension Plan and Old Age Security, so that all retirees and elderly people can obtain the services that meet their needs.

For more information on retiring from the federal public service, read these useful tips. Or contact one the members of the APSAR executive.  

September 18

Conseil National - Association des retraité-e-s de l'Alliance de la Fonction publique

Conseil National de l'ARAFP

Président
Michel Chevalier
1365 rue Plourde
Brossard Québec
J4W 2X5
450-923-0132
michel_chevalier@videotron.ca

1er Vice-président 
Norman Lloyd
161, Everridge Way S.W. 
Calgary Alberta 
T2Y 4S9
403-256-1672
norman_lloyd@yahoo.com

September 18

National Council - Association of Public Service Alliance Retirees

APSAR National Council 

National President
Michel Chevalier
1365, rue Plourde
Brossard, Québec
J4W 2X5
450-923-0132
michel_chevalier@videotron.ca

1st National Vice-President 
Norman Lloyd
161, Everridge Way S.W. 
Calgary, Alberta 
T2Y 4S9
403-256-1672
norman_lloyd@yahoo.com

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