Since 1968, RTO/ERO, Retired Teachers of Ontario, les
Enseignant(e)s Retraites de l'Ontario, has been "Here for you Now . . .
Here for your Future, " providing programs and services for teachers,
school and board administrators, educational support staff, and college
and university faculty in retirement. RTO/ERO has over 72,000 members
in 48 districts.
Member benefits include:
- Health Services and Insurance;
- Pension and Retirement concerns;
- Political Advocacy;
- Goodwill, Recruitment and Retirement Planning Workshops;
- Provincial website and newsletter "Renaissance"
- Project "Service to Others" which funds community projects and scholarships
- Venngo Member Perks more info >
RTO Group Benefits coverage compared to other plans: click here
The RTO Charitable Foundation has been established
to improve the lives of senior citizens in Canada.
The RTO/ERO Foundation announces almost $50,000 in funding for two new projects: UI Self-Screening for Healthy Aging, the Foundation‚€™s first grant in B.C. based out of the School of Nursing at UBC, and Dancing for Cognition and Exercise (DANCE), led by the GERAS Centre, Hamilton Health Sciences.
Why? The RTO/ERO Foundation champions research and initiatives that bridge the gap, and deepen knowledge and impact across sectors that serve to enhance the lives of aging Canadians. more info >
RTO District 31 represents approximately 1300 members. We have 250 members who are over 80 years old.
31 members are all over the map!
Fergus Elora Mount Forest
Cambridge Palmerston Arthur Harriston Belwood Kitchener-Waterloo Puslinch Moorefield Kenilworth
Clifford Hillsburgh Windsor Parry Sound London
Pelee Island Niagara Falls B.C. Alberta Saskatchewan Nova Scotia Quebec U.S.A U.K.
Guide to Programs and Services for Seniors in Ontario
For a hard copy, phone 1-800-669-9938.