Canadian Association of Retired Persons - Address, activities & membership

Address, activities & membership


Address:
30 Jefferson Avenue
Toronto, ON  M6K 1Y4
Canada

Telephone number: 888-363-2279

Contact information in previous versions

  • 30 Jefferson Avenue
    Toronto, ON  M6K 1Y4
    Canada

    Telephone number: 416-607-2466  Ext. 266

  • 30 Jefferson Avenue
    Toronto, ON  M6K 1Y4
    Canada

    Telephone number: 416-607-2475

    Fax number: 416-363-8747  

  • 30 Jefferson Avenue M6K 1Y4
    Toronto, ON  M6K 1Y4
    Canada

    Telephone number: 416-607-2475

    Fax number: 416-363-8747  

  • 27 Queen St. E., Ste.702
    Toronto, ON  M5R 3C2
    Canada

    Telephone number: 416-363-2277  Ext. 226


Description of the organization's activities:
CARP is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to advocating for social change that will bring financial security, equitable access to health care and freedom from discrimination for all Canadians as we age. CARP’s activities include the research and development of policy position papers for submission to various governmental agencies, review panels, legislative committees and public office holders, primarily in the fields of finances, health care and human rights.

Organization's membership or classes of membership:
CARP has approximately 300,000 members across Canada. There is one class of members: regular members. A Membership includes one other adult member of a Member’s household, including but not limited to the spouse of the Member. All members are entitled to receive notices of and to attend meetings of members. Members have the right to vote at meetings of members.

Organization's memberships or classes of memberships in previous versions:

  • CARP has approximately 350,000 members across Canada. There are two classes of members: regular members and associate members. An Associate Membership is available to one other adult member of a Member’s household, including but not limited to the spouse of the Member, or groups, societies, associations or organizations, whether incorporated or not, who are engaged in activities similar or complementary, or who have objects similar, in whole or in part, to those of the Association All members are entitled to receive notices of and to attend meetings of members. Regular Members have the right to vote at meetings of members. Associate Members are not entitled to vote at meetings of members.
  • CARP has approximately 300,000 members across Canada. There are two classes of members: regular members and associate members. An Associate Membership is available to one other adult member of a Member’s household, including but not limited to the spouse of the Member, or groups, societies, associations or organizations, whether incorporated or not, who are engaged in activities similar or complementary, or who have objects similar, in whole or in part, to those of the Association All members are entitled to receive notices of and to attend meetings of members. Regular Members have the right to vote at meetings of members. Associate Members are not entitled to vote at meetings of members.

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