The Edmonton Retired Teachers’ Association accepts as a full member, with voting privileges, and eligible to hold office, individual who belongs to one of the following education sector groups:
The Edmonton Retired Teachers’ Association accepts as a full member:
Membership is contingent upon the payment of the annual fee.
Newly retired teachers can receive a first year complimentary membership in ERTA and ARTA by submitting a completed membership form to both ERTA and ARTA indicating that they retired this year. Note that membership fees are not prorated if you are joining part way through our fiscal year (July 1–June 30).
ARTA forms are available from the ARTA website at www.arta.net or call 1-855-212-2400 (toll free anywhere in Canada) or 780-822-2400 locally. ERTA forms are available below.
NEW ERTA MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM
Click here to view and print the membership application. (Please ensure you have Adobe Reader or similar program to read this pdf file)
The two retiree brunches planned for each year are held in the fall and again in the spring at the Faculty Club located on the University of Alberta campus.
All newly retired teachers, or anyone who is thinking of retiring, are invited to a brunch at the Faculty Club to meet members of the Board and fellow retirees. We welcome all newly retired teachers to come and learn about ERTA and enjoy the setting.
Since the buffet does not open until 11:30 a.m., brunch guests who arrive earlier are asked to assemble in the lounge just inside the front door before proceeding to our designated seating area. Free parking in both the Faculty Club parking lot and the Windsor Car Park located next door can be accessed from 116 Street.
You are encouraged to bring your spouse, a colleague or a friend. You will be informed of the cost through the newsletter. Please check the fall and spring newsletters or the website’s News & Events section regularly for the dates and cost for this event.
You are encouraged to bring your spouse, a colleague or a friend. You will be informed of the cost through the newsletter. Please check the Fall and Spring newsletters or the website’s News & Events section regularly for the dates and cost for this event.
Retired teachers are impacted by changing federal and provincial government policies. Fiscal policies, positively or negatively, affect the financial, health and social benefits enjoyed by retired teachers. ERTA can, with its provincial counterpart, the Alberta Retired Teachers' Association (ATRA), closely monitor policy changes and provide a means for retirees to voice their concerns on matters that affect their welfare. ERTA works in close association with ARTA to affect positive changes for retired teachers in the following areas:
In addition, ARTA has negotiated group plans for the following types of benefits:
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