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2019 TORONTO BLUE JAYS TICKETS

March 21, 2019

We are pleased to announce the BMO offers for the 2019 Toronto Blue Jays home games. 

There are a limited Number of tickets available through this offer, so it is on a first come basis. THEY ARE EXPECTED TO SELL OUT QUICKLY

The order deadline date for these tickets is April 5th.

Visit the Ticket Offers page to get more information and purchase tickets.


South West Ontario BMO Pensioners Luncheon March 12, 2019

March 13, 2019

On Tuesday March 12th/19 ,20 members of the group met at the Best Western Hotel in Brantford Ontario for it's 4th winter monthly lunch date. It was a nice sunny day to travel with a hint of spring in the air.

The location is closer to the Hamilton/Burlington area and we got a great representation from that area.

The restaurant offers an excellent buffet and all in attendance had an enjoyable lunch and a good time reminiscing with each other.

A special thank you to Ken Summers for his photography wizardry and for compiling the photos and names.

Jim Martin stepped in as emcee for Chuck Joynt, the SW Ontario Cyberpensioner's representative who luckily is spending some vacation time in southeast Florida.

Please go to the Photo Gallery to view the photos.

Thanks to Ken Summers for sharing.


 

SLO PITCH - 2019 SEASON

March 12, 2019

The Toronto Mixed Slo Pitch season will begin in late May, 2019.

Slo Pitch is similar to baseball, except that your own team mate pitches the ball to you. Teams should have approximately 15 players to allow for absences.

Pensioners are welcome to participate.

For more information and Registration information, see the Events Section.

Thanks to Shelley Dolan and Dave Pennington for the information.


 

BMOFGPECOC Central Ontario Chapter - April 2019 Quarterly Meeting - Update

March 11, 2019

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Our next COC Quarterly Meeting will still be held on Thursday April 18th, at the IFL, however their has been a change of guest speaker. Unfortunately, our original speaker, Mr. Jode Roberts is unable to attend 
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Our new guest speaker will be Mr. Robert Manning. In the summer of 2017, Tottenham resident Robert Manning endured a five month trek up the continental divide of the Americas (Mexico to Alberta), and has two pairs of torn hiking shoes to prove it. Robert will describe how he accomplished this daunting 5500 kilometre trek.....he stated "The hardest part of the hike was to just keep going".
A significant achievement by a special person.

CLICK HERE  for more information.

Thanks Gabby Winterstein, (Chair BMOFGPE Central Ontario Chapter) for sharing.


 

TFC Tickets Discounted Offer

March 11, 2019

Get up to 25%* off the following Toronto FC matches:

SUN MAR 17 ·7:30PM VS. NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

FRI MAR 29 ·8:00PM VS. NEW YORK CITY FC

SAT APR 6 ·3:00PM VS. CHICAGO FIRE

FRI APR 19 ·8:00PM VS. MINNESOTA UNITED FC

SAT APR 27 ·3:00PM VS. PORTLAND TIMBERS

For additional information, see Ticket Offers.

 *Discount percentage calculated off on single ticket price + any eligible service fees.


 

BC Lower Mainland Luncheon - Wednesday, March 20th

March 5, 2019

altOur next luncheon will be on Wednesday, March 20th at the Arbutus Club, 2001 Nanton Avenue (29th and Arbutus).  The bar will open at 11:15am followed by lunch at 12:15pm.  We are asking for a donation of $10 towards the cost of the lunch and the room.  There will be a speaker from the BC Transplant Society.

RSVP no later than Friday, March 15th to: 
          Pat Hanbury (604-731-5191)           Gwen Lamacraft (604-273-7481)
          Bernie Edwards (604-946-1878)     Marilyn Meyers (604-929-3593)

Please remember to phone Pat or Gwen if you have to cancel at the last minute so that we don’t have to pay for you.

Thanks Ron Gillies for sharing.


 

2019 BC Lower Mainland Pensioner’s Golf Tournament

March 5, 2019

altLocation:  Country Meadows Golf Course, 8400 No. 6 Road, Richmond, BC
Date: Thursday, June 6th, 2019
Time: Golf – Tee times starting at 1pm, Dinner – After golf
Cost (approx.):  Dinner and Golf - $65/person, Dinner or Golf only - $35/person

January is over and we are all, no doubt, starting to look forward to those long sunny days and it is a good time to get a head start and register early for our annual Golf “Tournament” for pensioners and friends.  The Texas Scramble format will be used again this year and you may enter as one, two, three players or as a foursome.

To read more about this event and register, CLICK HERE

Thanks Ron Gillies for sharing.


 

BC Lower Mainland February 2019 Newsletter

March 5, 2019

altThe latest BC Lower Mainland Newsletter is now available.

Go to the Association Newsletters webpage to read the latest issue. 

Thanks to Ron Gillies for sharing.

 


 

BMO Family Day at Canada Wonderland - April 27, 2019

February 27, 2019

altBank of Montreal Family Day at Canada Wonderland is on Saturday, April 27, 2019.

Purchase the tickets and enjoy your day.   

CLICK HERE to go to the "Ticket Offers" to purchase the tickets.

 

Thanks Shelley Dolan for sharing.

 

 


 

Letter from the Editor

February 6, 2019

altLetters to the Editor, articles, photos, stories and reports from our members have been an integral feature of our website over the years often stimulating feedback and follow-up responses.

Quite naturally not everyone is comfortable with writing something for publication. But we do want to encourage our members to write to us so we thought it might be helpful to briefly look at the type of submissions that seem to strike a cord with our membership.

The most popular theme would be memories of life in the bank. Stories about guns in branches easily tops the list. Articles, stories or old photographs reminding us of past major events or launches of departments, programs and products, reorganizations, memorabilia or social events likewise have created interest. These have often been told with humour, sometimes of the "believe it or not" variety and clearly lasting memories.

Photographs and reports of recent formal and informal lunches, both large and small have been increasing lately and seem to be especially popular.

Should you require assistance or advice either contemplating or structuring a submission, Joan Mesic, our Senior Correspondent is more than willing to help. We have a number of suggestions for topics including: life as a consultant after retirement, moving with the bank, vault stories, branch renovations, the old cafeterias, dealing with difficult customers or a personal story. If you have ideas for articles or stories that you think would capture the attention of our members, please contact us at cyberpensioner@gmail.com.

By the way banking trivia questions for our membership would also be welcome, but only if you know the answer!

So let me kick it off with two quick questions that just might be familiar to those who worked in the bank during the 1970's.

1) Can anyone tell us the name of the security guard who, regardless of whether or not he knew them, very conscientiously checked the identity of anyone trying to gain entry to the old OSVP offices at 50 King Street West in Toronto, sometimes several times a day?

2) Which executive had a suit of armour in his office?

Dave Harmer


 

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 New Members

March 22, 2019
Margaret Annette Wuis of Peterborough, ON

March 19, 2019
Jesse Mastromatteo of Thornhill, ON
Pat Jang of Vancouver, BC

March 9, 2019
Lyle Murray of Keswick, ON

March 5, 2019
Eileen Currie of Delta, BC

February 28, 2019
Art Eckford of Cornwall, ON

February 25, 2019
Gloria Stevens-Goring of Calgary, AB

February 23, 2019
Brenda L. Holness of Vancouver, BC

February 21, 2019
Graham Mayhew of Surrey, BC

February 19, 2019
Ken Wiess of Souris, MB

February 16, 2019
Marcia Eady of Thornhill, ON

February 14, 2019
Heather Steele of New Glasgow, NS

February 8, 2019
Dolores Dowler (Stevens) of Victoria, BC

February 6, 2019
Jo-Anne Green of Thornhill, ON

February 4, 2019
Balginder Dhaliwal of Brampton, ON

February 3, 2019
Rose Vitale of Woodbridge, ON

February 1, 2019
Don Fredenburg of East Amherst, NS

January 30, 2019
Susan Fawcett of Brantford, ON

January 29, 2019
Margaret Sturgess (formerly Forster) of Mississauga, ON
George Sturgess of Mississauga, ON

January 28, 2019
Jane Heacock of Whitby, ON

January 25, 2019
Mary Rivett of Goderich, ON

January 22, 2019
John Jaques of Bobcaygeon, ON

January 21, 2019
Linda Labrie of Newmarket, ON

January 19, 2019
Cornelia Daniels of Collingwood, ON

January 16, 2019
Gail Lee of Portkand, ON

January 15, 2019
Susan Oakes of Ste-rose Laval, QB

January 13, 2019
Margaret Gurney of Scotland, ON
Jayne Ammerman of Brantford, ON

January 10, 2019
Helen Sutherland of Brossard, QC
Lori Mark of Kitchener, ON
Michel Masson of Coaticook, QC

January 9, 2019
Karen M. Levings of Osoyoos, BC
Neil Conway of Oakville, ON
Kelly Triol of Belleville, ON
Dale Triol of Belleville, ON

January 6, 2019
Cheryl Brown of Trent Lakes, ON

January 5, 2019
Vince Lemke of Kelowna, BC

January 4, 2019
Roxanna Bauer of Victoria, BC

January 1, 2019
Ann Panton of Nanaimo, BC

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