The BCRTA conducted a survey among its members primarily to determine knowledge and perceptions of the organization and its services, opinions on advocacy issues and usage of its publications.
To see the report on the results of the survey, Click here.
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May 30 November 29
June 29 December 22
For a list of Canada Pension Plan Payment dates, click here
Welcome to the BCRTA Member discount program of ESM. This is a custom program for BCRTA Members powered by Endless Savings & More (ESM) and offers hundreds of savings on restaurant meals, entertainment, travel, clothing, automotive, consumer goods and more.
You have finished your visit and have talked to your MP about protecting and enhancing Medicare. You don't want you and your fellow advocates, nor the issue you have discussed, to be forgotten. This is a kit of information to leave behind for your MP, who, hopefully, will refer to it often after your visit.
It reminds your MP of who you are, the reason for your visit, and some background educational information about the threats to Medicare.
The BCTF is holding pension consultation sessions around the province this fall. They are considering options for changing the pension calculation rules for future service. Retired members who are already receiving a pension have been invited to participate in sessions.
Note: Any changes made will NOT have any effect on pensions already granted.
The federal government is refusing to negotiate a new health accord with the provinces to replace the one that expired on March 31, 2014.
Cuts to the Canada Health Transfer loom on the horizon. Medicare, as we know it, is at risk! Asking your MP to "Keep the Heart in Medicare" can be easy, interesting — even
fun, if you're armed with a few basic advocacy how-to's and some background information about the issue. You don't have to be an expert, only a concerned constituent. Here's a kit to assist you when talking to your MP about how important our healthcare system is to you.
Information packages will be mailed during July 20-24. Access ALL the information right now at johnson.ca/bcrta
The British Columbia Retired Teachers' Association (BCRTA) has worked with Johnson Inc., a national benefits provider, to develop a voluntary benefit plan available to BCRTA members.
The EHC plan is an alternative to the EHC coverage that you may already receive through the Teachers' Pension Plan, through Pacific Blue Cross (PBC), and the MEDOC travel insurance plan from Johnson Inc., through the BCRTA.
For more information on these products and benefit eligibility, please refer to the Plan Summary and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document, or view the Certificates of Insurance. For further questions, please contact BCRTA's Plan Administrator, Johnson Inc., toll free at 1-866-799-0000 or email: