Thank you for your service to Canada, from one generation to another.
National Public Service Week (NPSW) was created in 1992, following the passage of the National Public Service Week: Serving Canadians Better Act, to recognize the importance of federal public service employees and to honour their service to Canadians. In accordance with the Act, the third week of the month of June is known as National Public Service Week in Canada.
This year’s NPSW campaign has added significance for the Federal Retirees community because our association is turning 60!
NPSW 2023 will take place from June 11 to 17.
Over the years, NPSW has grown into a truly national campaign and is the ideal time to inform Canadians about the important work public servants have done and continue to do. We encourage you to take this opportunity to show your pride in the Canadian public service and share that pride with your communities.
- Share stories and thank heroes
- Take action for older Canadians
- Join the conversation on social media
- Your membership matters
Share stories and thank heroes
Chances are that you know outstanding public servants who have gone above and beyond for Canada and for Canadians. Why not take this opportunity to thank them and to shine a light on local public servants and celebrate their contributions?
Your stories bring life to our advocacy work and drive our campaigns. If you have a story to share, or you know a Federal Retirees member who does, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can follow up. We love to share member and volunteer stories through our communications channels, including Sage magazine, the website and on social media too!
Take action for Canadians
Public servants dedicate their lives to building a better Canada and deserve a retirement to look forward to, one where their health, dignity and well-being are cared for. If you’re passionate about extending the reach of Federal Retirees’ advocacy campaigns, consider becoming part of the Reach 338 network. This team is working to achieve an ambitious goal: to make sure Federal Retirees’ advocacy message is heard across all 338 federal ridings. You can help make it happen!
Taking part in Reach 338 is easy and flexible. You choose how and when to get involved. There’s no right way to make a difference!
Join the conversation on social media
Show your love for Canada’s public service on social media! Use our sample posts and shareable graphics to spark conversations about meaningful interactions with Canadian public servants and to let them know how much their dedication and hard work means to you.
- June 11-17 is National Public Service Week! Thank you for being there for Canadians.
- Canada’s public servants are there for us when we need it most. Thank you for protecting the health and safety of Canadians.
- National Public Service Week is an opportunity to celebrate outstanding Canadian public servants. Thank you, @Name!
- 2023 marks a very special National Public Service Week for the National Association of Federal Retirees. This year we celebrate all we have achieved together over the past 60 years! #FederalRetirees60
You can also join the conversation on social media using the following hashtags: #ServCDNs, #NPSW, #NPSW2023, #FederalRetirees60
Your membership matters
We are proud to advocate on behalf of Canada’s excellent public servants. Your membership supports our work to protect pensions and benefits for federal employees and retirees, and gives you access to useful information and savings to help you make the most of your retirement. If you aren’t a member yet, what are you waiting for! Join today — even if you’re not retired.
Come meet us on social media! Follow us wherever you find your feed — Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram — for essential news, campaign updates and must-read information just for you.
Not ready to join but curious about our work? You should subscribe to our e-newsletter to stay in the loop. As a bonus, you’ll receive our Top 10 Things to Know Before Retiring booklet just for signing up and confirming your email address.