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Why Join the IPA ?
Membership and Renewals
For more details, contact the Membership Director
Yearly dues for ordinary members is $35 or you can add a second year for total of $70.
Note that there have been a couple of changes to dues:
If you have acquired 40 years of continuous membership or more, your dues are now $19.50 for one year or $39.00 for two years.
If you have acquired 50 years of continuous membership or more, your dues are now $15.50 for one year or $31.00 for two years.
You can mail your dues payment by cheque payable to IPA Canada Region Membership Director,
by e-transfer to the R2 Treasurer, Farhan Kever at email@example.com
Region 2 meetingS
All Members are welcome
Wed. Dec. 6, @ 7PM
YRP 2 District 171 Major Mackenzie
Dr. West Richmond Hill
Video conference may be available.
Contact Farhan Kever
R2 Executive Positions
Region 2 is currently seeking to fill the position of Treasurer
Interested members are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Stay in Touch
Join the Region's Whatsapp group
Receive updates, and notices
contact Farhan Kever at email@example.com
to be added to the group
Region2 Speaker Series
Join our Cloud Video Meeting
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 838 3273 7589
Scholarship Awards Program
Socials are Back
Join us for Breakfast and Friendship at the Hot Stacks Restaurant 29 King St. N. Cookstown (at Hwy 27)
Wed. Nov. 22, 2023 at 10AM
Contact Bob LOWE to confirm attendance or
for further info at firstname.lastname@example.org
Region 2 2022 Christmas
and Awards Dinner
Our Gala evening was a great success thanks to the many members who contributed to the planning and execution.
Photos of the event and presentations are available for viewing using this link
Current and Past Presidents
Region 2 Executive Members alongside previous
R2 Presidents at our AGM in April
60th IPA Canada Anniversary Luncheon and Presidents' Changing of the Guard
Region 2 held a special lunch on October 23 in celebration of the Anniversary. During the luncheon held in North Bay ON, our National President, and past president of R2, Lou Agostinho was the guest of honour. A presentation to Lou on behalf of your Region was made by David Lowe, current Pres of R2. A total of 16 members travelled to Casey's Restaurant, and witnessed the transfer of the National IPA Flag, from past Pres. Chris Barratt to the new Natl Pres. Lou Agostinho.
We wish both new Presidents success in their new roles, and look forward to the future of our Canadian Section under their guidance.
For photos click the button..
Limited Edition Coins can be ordered from our
Cost is $20.00 ea. and includes shipping domestically.
Contact our Regional Supplies Officer at
Payment to be made by e-transfer only to email@example.com
Region 2 Members Host Visiting IPA Members
Visitors from Spain enjoying Toronto.
IPA Guardia Civil.
Thanks to John for hosting .
Jim Dallimore visited Germany and England this summer. Photos of IPA hosts and Sights..
Supporting Community Charities
Vinyl stickers are available for
Police Exemplary Service Medal
recipients across Canada
Proceeds donated to local charities..
Algonquin Woodland Aboriginal Peoples' Tribal Council
Homeless Support Program
Information submitted by Bob Lowe, of Region 2.
My name is Bob Lowe and my Indigenous name is Nazhike Ma’iingan (Lone Wolf) and I am Metis.
I have been Chief of the Algonquin Woodland Aboriginal People’s Tribal Council for over 12 years. Our group is made up of Off Reserve First Nation, Metis and Inuit One of the programs that we do which we are very proud of is our Homeless and Needy Programs, which we do in the cold weather and winter months. We are not government funded, so we collect donated winter clothing such as winter coats, hats, gloves, socks, sweaters, track pants, boots. Socks and gloves are a big item so when needed they are purchased with money from our dues,
Someone will go out with me on the streets of Barrie and surrounding areas with a loaded SUV with the above items and sandwiches, coffee, hot soup, cookies, chocolate bars and whatever else we might have on hand.
The reason we mainly stay on the streets is because some people cannot make it to the soup kitchens because they are disabled or ill.
Our group has received recognition and excellent support from the Mayor of Barrie, Barrie Police and Emergency Services.
Miigwetch (Thank You)
Chief Bob Lowe
Chief Bob Lowe can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org