- Facilitate and
promote the dissemination of information of interest to DAL
- Enhance and
promote the sense of continuing membership in the Dal
represent the interests of retirees from Dalhousie
University, their spouses and beneficiaries;
- to further
the understanding of the retirement pension arrangements
of Dalhousie University and of the post-retirement
benefits available to former staff members of the
cooperate with other groups that have similar
- provide a
conduit for information, when necessary, between the
university and retirees
- to promote
social interaction among its members;
investigate and negotiate group benefits that a
significant number of members may desire;
- to provide
information to its members about general and specific
retirement issues; and
- to pursue
other issues as the membership directs.
Open to all
Retirees from the University staff, non-academic and
academic (active and adjunct), regardless of source of any
remuneration. Membership is also open to surviving spouses
and partners, whether or not they have worked at Dal.
Associate membership is available to those within 5 years of
There is an
annual fee for continuing membership.
Members are elected from the membership at the Annual
General Body Meeting. The term of elected members is for
Vice-Presidents, Treasurer and Secretary, as elected at
the Annual General Meeting.
ADRP BOARD MEMBERSHIP (Executive Committee):
President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary with
other members as stated in the constitution.
There is an
Annual General Meeting and further General Meetings as
required at the call of the Board of Directors. Special
Meetings may be called by the President, by a majority
of Board or by at least ten Members of the Association.
notices concerning events
Retiree's handbook update, seminars, etc.
Dinner, luncheons, receptions, picnics, etc.
Lectures, displays, craft shows, travel tours