How to create an account on the CBC Pensioners National Association website
This is a short video to help you create an account on our website.
Virtual Health Network Now Available
As of today, CBC pensioners and employees have access to a virtual health network. The Pensioners National Association along with the CBC and its Unions have agreed to provide the confidential service free of charge.
The office of the CBC Pensioners National Association is open for our members
Our office is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Enjoy a multitude of benefits, become a PNA member!
The CBC Pensioners National Association (PNA) offers information, support, activities and social links as well as savings.
The Association has been in existence since early 1985. From its inception it has enjoyed a privileged relationship with the CBC.
Our mission, vision, and values
The CBC Pensioners National Association is the sole voice for all CBC pensioners, an active advocate and defender of pensioners' rights, benefits, and a reliable source of information on matters of interest to its membership.
Important Notice: Travel Insurance & Coronavirus
TRAVEL INSURANCE COVERAGE UPDATE - Both Johnson and RSA Canada are monitoring the impact closely, and we are regularly reviewing our current coverages to determine how they are impacted by this evolving situation.
Why Join The CBC PNA?
When you become a member of the CBC PNA, you’ll receive invitations to upcoming events where you can connect with other pensioners, save money through our affinity programs, gain access to our helpful pensioner support staff, and have your say in the issues affecting you and other pensioners.
Save with our affinity programs
Be informed on the issues affecting you
Access member support
Connect with other Pensioners
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