The Ontario Public Service (OPS) has a long history of recognizing employee long service, which has included celebrations of 25-year career milestones, and special appreciation in the form of pins and certificates in their honour. In 1945 the OPS commissioned the Quarter Century Club (QCC) as a dedicated program within the Ontario Government to administer OPS long service recognition.
In July 1993, the QCC became an incorporated not-for-profit association (Ontario Corporation Number 1036426). On April 1, 1997, the QCC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Management Board Secretariat (MBS) to deliver the Program that resulted in the elimination of direct funding by the government for the QCC’s general operating expenses. Government funding was then focused on the Program itself, accommodation, technical/administrative support and staff costs related to the delivery of the Program. The QCC raises its own additional revenue by the voluntary participation of its members in group plans and services offered by affinity program service providers.Read More
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Frequently Asked Questions
Simply write, phone or fax the QCC office and we’ll send you a copy of our welcome brochure that describes all our plans and services. If you need further information on a particular plan or service, call the QCC office or send us an email.
QCC membership cards show only the name of the member. No number is being assigned at this time. The discount service providers may ask you for a ‘number’ and this usually refers to the corporate discount Code assigned by the service provider. You can view these discount Codes when you register on the QCC website and access the QCC Services-At-a Glance List.
Some discount service providers may ask to see your card at point of purchase, so remember to carry it with you at all times.
Yes. The QCC will issue one free replacement. Simply contact the QCC office by phone or email to request another.