The Retired Teachers’ Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is comprised of approximately 5,600 members living in all parts of the province. The numbers continue to grow each year as new members are welcomed and encouraged to get involved. The RTANL is also sub-divided into smaller divisions located all across the island. Participating in Division activities is an enjoyable way to begin your retirement.
NEW GROUP INSURANCE WEBSITE AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE RATE CHANGES FOR 2021-22
The NLTA is pleased to introduce the new Group Insurance website which provides members (active and retired) with important information about their benefits under the group insurance policies. Explore the new Group Insurance website!
“Keeping In Touch” Newsletter Effective September 1, 2019, if you have not requested to receive your newsletter either by mail or email you will not receive any further newsletters from the Avalon East Division.
The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District is actively recruiting retired teachers for substituting opportunities in rural and urban areas of the province, including the Northeast Avalon.Read memo from NLESD (November 18, 2020)
The Seniors’ Coalition has received responses to questions posed to the three main political parties in Newfoundland and Labrador re Election 2021 issues of concern to seniors.Click here to read responses