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ATTENTION: Click here to learn more about how you can register for a $25 Loblaw card. Loblaw Companies Ltd. is offering customers a $25 gift card as a goodwill gesture after admitting the company participated in an industry-wide bread price-fixing arrangement.

Also, OMERS interviewed retiree Max Sutton about life in retirement. Click here to read the full interview.

If you are an OMERS retiree and would like to get the most out of retirement then consider joining Municipal Retirees Organization Ontario (MROO).

MROO was created as a not-for-profit corporation in 1977. We speak on behalf of all OMERS retirees and currently provide services to 22,000 members. MROO is the largest OMERS retiree organization and the only one with membership open to retirees from all walks of local government life – former union, non-union and management employees of municipalities, police and fire services, libraries, hydro commissions, schools boards, health units, and other employers in the OMERS pension plan.

Our board consists of elected directors from nine zones across the province. We are an independent, non-partisan organization formed to voice the interests of all OMERS retirees to OMERS and to governments of all levels, represent our membership in legislative matters that affect retirement and provide services that benefits our members.

If you are interested in learning more about the Municipal Retirees Organization Ontario, feel free to Contact Us.




MROO - A video introduction

Latest News

Planning for Loved Ones: Information for Common-Law Couples

February 11, 2018
Survivor benefits are a key feature of the OMERS pension plan.

Will 16,000 Sears Canada retirees see their pensions?

February 2, 2018
Sears Canada paid millions in dividends while its pension went underfunded. Now the former employees may end up paying the price.

MROO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - PART TIME POSITION

January 30, 2018
Due to the retirement of the incumbent, MROO is seeking a new part-time executive director.

Aging well: information for seniors

January 29, 2018
See what programs and services are available to help you lead a healthy, active and engaged life over 65.

OPINION: Coming changes threaten security of Ontario’s pensioners

December 7, 2017
A store closing sign is shown on a Sears store at the Oakville Place mall on Nov. 23, 2017.THE CANADIAN PRESS

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