Pensioners Club History

- 1976, the year the Club foundation.

- Indeed 1976, the year the Club foundation. Indeed, Wayne Pope (HR Quebec Division), Bob Gandey (HR Head Office) and Mackenzie Art (vp) created the Club of pensioners. Dick Spry became its first president, assisted by Dolce Baird, Rusty Rowat, Betty Symington and Jules Bourgeois and others. At that time, the Club was financed with annual contributions of $ 3 or $ 5 per member, including spouse (e). Only dues-paying member of the Club received the letter and could participate in certain activities. -
- 1978 The Club has its momentum and is developing several activities of all kinds. Bob Gandey becomes president and the following retirees complete the committee: Rolland Sigouin, Phyllis Hardy, Mary Storey, Roland Ayotte, Pierre Boudreau, Queenie Ion. Léo Manelli, Allister McInnis and Don Whitley.
- 1985, an outing in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, USA, attracted 168 people. Great success thanks to the organizers Sam Bourque and André Moreau.
- 1987, André Moreau is elected president and act as the main coordinator. Rollie Lanthier succeeds André in 1988 and his committee comprises Rolland Sigouin, Mary Storey, André Moreau, Alex Adair, Harriet Algarotti, Dolce Baird, Sam Bourque, Leo Dupuis, Phyllis Hardy, Dan Robertson and Rusty Rowat.
- 1991 Noëlla Lemay becomes president.
- 1995 Carmen Leroux takes over, supported by  Rollie Lanthier, Geraldine Morey Fern Benoit, Jacqueline Cockburn, Irene Labrosse, Maurice Leblanc, Jeannine McEvoy, André Moreau, René Provost, Françoise and Gérard Rousseau Languedoc, which passes its coordinator functions to Norbert Provencher and Dale Pozer - August 1995, the appearance of the first chronicle of the "Club of Pensioners" in About. 
- October 1998, Norbert Provencher is elected as President. He is supported by Françoise Rousseau and Dale Pozer as vice-presidents, Ginette Bonano (secretary), Simone Girard (treasurer), as well as Jackie Cockburn, Roger Comeau, Guy Dumas, Rollande Giroux, Denyse Guilbert, Tony Hattar, Jeannine and McEvoy Herbert Saulnier
- October 20, 2000, the first Bulletin is being produced. This newsletter will now be drafted and regularly inserted into all future mailings.
- July 29, 2002, Incorporation of the Club and conversion as a "membership" Club.
- September 2003, Lina Drolet is elected president and her committee is composed of Françoise Rousseau (Vice President), Diane Leduc (Vice-President), Jean Villeneuve (treasurer), Ginette Bonano (Secretary), Huguette Casey, Roger Comeau, Lise Demontigny. Rollande Giroux, Hattar Tony, Dale Pozer and Rosaire Renaud.
- September 2006, Dale Pozer is elected president and the new committee is composed of Françoise Rousseau (Vice President), Diane Leduc (Vice President), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer), Ginette Bonano (Secretary), Huguette Casey, Lise Guy Giroux Rollande Tony Hattar, Jean Villeneuve, Lise Gagnon and Mersini Thomas.
- September 26, 2007, Dale Pozer is re-elected as president, and the new CA is completed by Norbert Provencher and Françoise Rousseau (Vice -Presidents), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer), Ginette Bonanno, (secretary), Doris Dionne Lise Gagnon, Rollande Giroux Lise Guy, Tony Hattar and Mersini Thomas as administrators.
- 17 septembre 2008, Norbert Provencher est élu président, et le nouveau C.A. est formé de Françoise Rousseau et Doris Dionne à la vice-présidence, Rosaire Renaud, trésorier, Lise Gagnon, secrétaire et des administrateurs/trices Ginette Bonanno, Anita Cadieux, Gilles Dorion, Rollande Giroux, Lise Guy, Dale Pozer.
- September 17, 2008, Norbert Provencher is elected president, and the new CA is composed of Françoise Rousseau and Doris Dionne (Vice Presidents), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer) Lise Gagnon (secretary) and Ginette Bonanno Anita Cadieux Gilles Dorion, Rollande Giroux Lise Guy Dale Pozer
as administrators.
- September 29, 2009 Same Board of Directors , except for Dale Pozer replaced by Denise Legault.
- October 15, 2010, Norbert Provencher, President, Françoise Rousseau and Doris Dionne, vice-presidents, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer and Lise Gagnon, secretary. The other directors are Ginette Bonanno Anita Cadieux, Gaston Desormeaux, Lise Guy, Tony Hattar and Denise Legault. Gilles Dorion and Rollande Giroux left the Board.
- October 20, 2011, Norbert Provencher, president, Doris Dionne, Vice President, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer and Lise Gagnon, secretary. The other directors are Tony Hattar, Denise Legault and Leo Roberge, a newcomer.
- September 27, 2012, Doris Dionne, President, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer. The vice president and secretary positions are open. The latter is filled on a temporary basis by Lise Gagnon. The other directors are Leo Roberge, newcomers Gaston Desormeaux and Lise Aspirot, and novelty ... Pierre-André Philibert (Mauricie) and Duchesne Laurier (Québec-Beauce) that participate in meetings by conference call. 
- September 26, 2013, Doris Dionne, President, Leo Roberge, Vice President, Huguette Couture, secretary and Lucie Dorval, Treasurer. The other directors are Duchesne Laurier (Québec-Beauce) and Pierre-André Philibert (Mauricie).
- September 25, 2014: Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Huguette Couture, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Guylaine Chamberland and Linda Drolet.
- 1976, the year the Club foundation. Indeed, Wayne Pope (HR Quebec Division), Bob Gandey (HR Head Office) and Mackenzie Art (vp) created the Club of pensioners. Dick Spry became its first president, assisted by Dolce Baird, Rusty Rowat, Betty Symington and Jules Bourgeois and others. At that time, the Club was financed with annual contributions of $ 3 or $ 5 per member, including spouse (e). Only dues-paying member of the Club received the letter and could participate in certain activities. -
- 1978 The Club has its momentum and is developing several activities of all kinds. Bob Gandey becomes president and the following retirees complete the committee: Rolland Sigouin, Phyllis Hardy, Mary Storey, Roland Ayotte, Pierre Boudreau, Queenie Ion. Léo Manelli, Allister McInnis and Don Whitley.
- 1985, an outing in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, USA, attracted 168 people. Great success thanks to the organizers Sam Bourque and André Moreau.
- 1987, André Moreau is elected president and act as the main coordinator. Rollie Lanthier succeeds André in 1988 and his committee comprises Rolland Sigouin, Mary Storey, André Moreau, Alex Adair, Harriet Algarotti, Dolce Baird, Sam Bourque, Leo Dupuis, Phyllis Hardy, Dan Robertson and Rusty Rowat.
- 1991 Noëlla Lemay becomes president.
- 1995 Carmen Leroux takes over, supported by  Rollie Lanthier, Geraldine Morey Fern Benoit, Jacqueline Cockburn, Irene Labrosse, Maurice Leblanc, Jeannine McEvoy, André Moreau, René Provost, Françoise and Gérard Rousseau Languedoc, which passes its coordinator functions to Norbert Provencher and Dale Pozer - August 1995, the appearance of the first chronicle of the "Club of Pensioners" in About. 
- October 1998, Norbert Provencher is elected as President. He is supported by Françoise Rousseau and Dale Pozer as vice-presidents, Ginette Bonano (secretary), Simone Girard (treasurer), as well as Jackie Cockburn, Roger Comeau, Guy Dumas, Rollande Giroux, Denyse Guilbert, Tony Hattar, Jeannine and McEvoy Herbert Saulnier.
- October 20, 2000, the first Bulletin is being produced. This newsletter will now be drafted and regularly inserted into all future mailings.
- July 29, 2002, Incorporation of the Club and conversion as a "membership" Club.
- September 2003, Lina Drolet is elected president and her committee is composed of Françoise Rousseau (Vice President), Diane Leduc (Vice-President), Jean Villeneuve (treasurer), Ginette Bonano (Secretary), Huguette Casey, Roger Comeau, Lise Demontigny. Rollande Giroux, Hattar Tony, Dale Pozer and Rosaire Renaud.
- September 2006, Dale Pozer is elected president and the new committee is composed of Françoise Rousseau (Vice President), Diane Leduc (Vice President), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer), Ginette Bonano (Secretary), Huguette Casey, Lise Guy Giroux Rollande Tony Hattar, Jean Villeneuve, Lise Gagnon and Mersini Thomas.
- September 26, 2007, Dale Pozer is re-elected as president, and the new CA is completed by Norbert Provencher and Françoise Rousseau (Vice -Presidents), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer), Ginette Bonanno, (secretary), Doris Dionne Lise Gagnon, Rollande Giroux Lise Guy, Tony Hattar and Mersini Thomas as administrators.
- 17 septembre 2008, Norbert Provencher est élu président, et le nouveau C.A. est formé de Françoise Rousseau et Doris Dionne à la vice-présidence, Rosaire Renaud, trésorier, Lise Gagnon, secrétaire et des administrateurs/trices Ginette Bonanno, Anita Cadieux, Gilles Dorion, Rollande Giroux, Lise Guy, Dale Pozer.
- September 17, 2008, Norbert Provencher is elected president, and the new CA is composed of Françoise Rousseau and Doris Dionne (Vice Presidents), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer) Lise Gagnon (secretary) and Ginette Bonanno Anita Cadieux Gilles Dorion, Rollande Giroux Lise Guy Dale Pozer
as administrators.
- September 29, 2009 Same Board of Directors , except for Dale Pozer replaced by Denise Legault.
- October 15, 2010, Norbert Provencher, President, Françoise Rousseau and Doris Dionne, vice-presidents, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer and Lise Gagnon, secretary. The other directors are Ginette Bonanno Anita Cadieux, Gaston Desormeaux, Lise Guy, Tony Hattar and Denise Legault. Gilles Dorion and Rollande Giroux left the Board.
- October 20, 2011, Norbert Provencher, president, Doris Dionne, Vice President, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer and Lise Gagnon, secretary. The other directors are Tony Hattar, Denise Legault and Leo Roberge, a newcomer.
- September 27, 2012, Doris Dionne, President, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer. The vice president and secretary positions are open. The latter is filled on a temporary basis by Lise Gagnon. The other directors are Leo Roberge, newcomers Gaston Desormeaux and Lise Aspirot, and novelty ... Pierre-André Philibert (Mauricie) and Duchesne Laurier (Québec-Beauce) that participate in meetings by conference call. 
- September 26, 2013, Doris Dionne, President, Leo Roberge, Vice President, Huguette Couture, secretary and Lucie Dorval, Treasurer. The other directors are Duchesne Laurier (Québec-Beauce) and Pierre-André Philibert (Mauricie).
- September 25, 2014: Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Huguette Couture, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Guylaine Chamberland and Linda Drolet.
Wayne Pope (HR Quebec Division), Bob Gandey (HR Head Office) and Mackenzie Art (vp) created the Club of pensioners. Dick Spry became its first president, assisted by Dolce Baird, Rusty Rowat, Betty Symington and Jules Bourgeois and others. At that time, the Club was financed with annual contributions of $ 3 or $ 5 per member, including spouse (e). Only dues-paying member of the Club received the letter and could participate in certain activities. -
- 1978 The Club has its momentum and is developing several activities of all kinds. Bob Gandey becomes president and the following retirees complete the committee: Rolland Sigouin, Phyllis Hardy, Mary Storey, Roland Ayotte, Pierre Boudreau, Queenie Ion. Léo Manelli, Allister McInnis and Don Whitley.
- 1985, an outing in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, USA, attracted 168 people. Great success thanks to the organizers Sam Bourque and André Moreau.
- 1987, André Moreau is elected president and act as the main coordinator. Rollie Lanthier succeeds André in 1988 and his committee comprises Rolland Sigouin, Mary Storey, André Moreau, Alex Adair, Harriet Algarotti, Dolce Baird, Sam Bourque, Leo Dupuis, Phyllis Hardy, Dan Robertson and Rusty Rowat.
- 1991 Noëlla Lemay becomes president.
- 1995 Carmen Leroux takes over, supported by  Rollie Lanthier, Geraldine Morey Fern Benoit, Jacqueline Cockburn, Irene Labrosse, Maurice Leblanc, Jeannine McEvoy, André Moreau, René Provost, Françoise and Gérard Rousseau Languedoc, which passes its coordinator functions to Norbert Provencher and Dale Pozer - August 1995, the appearance of the first chronicle of the "Club of Pensioners" in About. 
- October 1998, Norbert Provencher is elected as President. He is supported by Françoise Rousseau and Dale Pozer as vice-presidents, Ginette Bonano (secretary), Simone Girard (treasurer), as well as Jackie Cockburn, Roger Comeau, Guy Dumas, Rollande Giroux, Denyse Guilbert, Tony Hattar, Jeannine and McEvoy Herbert Saulnier.
- October 20, 2000, the first Bulletin is being produced. This newsletter will now be drafted and regularly inserted into all future mailings.
- July 29, 2002, Incorporation of the Club and conversion as a "membership" Club.
- September 2003, Lina Drolet is elected president and her committee is composed of Françoise Rousseau (Vice President), Diane Leduc (Vice-President), Jean Villeneuve (treasurer), Ginette Bonano (Secretary), Huguette Casey, Roger Comeau, Lise Demontigny. Rollande Giroux, Hattar Tony, Dale Pozer and Rosaire Renaud.
- September 2006, Dale Pozer is elected president and the new committee is composed of Françoise Rousseau (Vice President), Diane Leduc (Vice President), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer), Ginette Bonano (Secretary), Huguette Casey, Lise Guy Giroux Rollande Tony Hattar, Jean Villeneuve, Lise Gagnon and Mersini Thomas.
- September 26, 2007, Dale Pozer is re-elected as president, and the new CA is completed by Norbert Provencher and Françoise Rousseau (Vice -Presidents), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer), Ginette Bonanno, (secretary), Doris Dionne Lise Gagnon, Rollande Giroux Lise Guy, Tony Hattar and Mersini Thomas as administrators.
- 17 septembre 2008, Norbert Provencher est élu président, et le nouveau C.A. est formé de Françoise Rousseau et Doris Dionne à la vice-présidence, Rosaire Renaud, trésorier, Lise Gagnon, secrétaire et des administrateurs/trices Ginette Bonanno, Anita Cadieux, Gilles Dorion, Rollande Giroux, Lise Guy, Dale Pozer.
- September 17, 2008, Norbert Provencher is elected president, and the new CA is composed of Françoise Rousseau and Doris Dionne (Vice Presidents), Rosaire Renaud (treasurer) Lise Gagnon (secretary) and Ginette Bonanno Anita Cadieux Gilles Dorion, Rollande Giroux Lise Guy Dale Pozer
as administrators.
- September 29, 2009 Same Board of Directors , except for Dale Pozer replaced by Denise Legault.
- October 15, 2010, Norbert Provencher, President, Françoise Rousseau and Doris Dionne, vice-presidents, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer and Lise Gagnon, secretary. The other directors are Ginette Bonanno Anita Cadieux, Gaston Desormeaux, Lise Guy, Tony Hattar and Denise Legault. Gilles Dorion and Rollande Giroux left the Board.
- October 20, 2011, Norbert Provencher, president, Doris Dionne, Vice President, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer and Lise Gagnon, secretary. The other directors are Tony Hattar, Denise Legault and Leo Roberge, a newcomer.
- September 27, 2012, Doris Dionne, President, Rosaire Renaud, treasurer. The vice president and secretary positions are open. The latter is filled on a temporary basis by Lise Gagnon. The other directors are Leo Roberge, newcomers Gaston Desormeaux and Lise Aspirot, and novelty ... Pierre-André Philibert (Mauricie) and Duchesne Laurier (Québec-Beauce) that participate in meetings by conference call. 
- September 26, 2013, Doris Dionne, President, Leo Roberge, Vice President, Huguette Couture, secretary and Lucie Dorval, Treasurer. The other directors are Duchesne Laurier (Québec-Beauce) and Pierre-André Philibert (Mauricie).
- September 25, 2014: Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Huguette Couture, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Guylaine Chamberland and Linda Drolet.
-September 17, 2015: Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Diane Dagenais, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Lina Drolet and Marie-Josée Picard
-October 6, 2016: Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Lucie Dorval, Treasurer Diane Dagenais, secretary,  and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Lina Drolet and Marie-Josée Picard
-May 11, 2017 Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Diane Dagenais, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Lina Drolet
-May 6, 2018 Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Diane Dagenais, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Lina Drolet
-May 16, 2019Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Diane Dagenais, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Lina Drolet, Danielle Prévost, Gaston Desormaux.

2017 IN A NUTSHELL

-2017 was another good year for the Pensionners club
-As of September 1st, we had more than 800 members, 90 of whom were newcomers
-Several activities took place in the Greater-Montreal and in other regions of the province
-Here is a list of events:
-Greater montreal:  Cirque du Soleil (Volta) mosaïculture in Ottawa, golf, casino (brunch/show), and Christmas Brunch
-Quebec-Beauce: guided visit to the Augustine monastery, autumn outing at La Cahe à Maxime and Christmas brunch
-Saguenay, Lac St-Jean:  Monthly lunch, mechoui at St-Nazaire, bowling tournament and Chrismas dinner
-Mauricie:  Monthly lunch guided tour of the Belvedere Tower and Christmas brunch
All in all, more than 825 participants attended these recreational activities.  

-May 8 2018,  Doris Dionne, President, Jean-Guy Cyrenne, Vice-President, Diane Dagenais, secretary, Lucie Dorval, treasurer, and the other Directors are Lancy Bruneault, Lina Drolet