Adults aged 55 years or older may become members of the Bernard Betel Centre. As a member you have access to a variety of programs and services, as well as a significant discount on fee-based programs and events. A centre membership is $57.53+HST per year.

Your membership is valid for one full year, and is renewable on your membership expiry date. Members have three months after their expiry date to renew. Your new expiration date will be on the date you renew. After three months, a $5 administration fee applies and your original expiration date will apply.

Memberships are not transferable, cannot be shared or refunded.

To learn more about membership, please contact Reception at or 416-225-2112, ext. 0. We look forward to welcoming you to our family.

Membership Registration Form

New Member Meet & Greet
Are you a new member to the centre or haven’t visited us in awhile? Join us to chat about programs happening in the centre, ask questions and meet other new members.
Wednesday, October 4, November 1, and December 6
1:00 – 2:00 pm
Cost: Free
Drop in. No registration required.

Members’ Council
Members’ Council is a committee that acts as a liaison between the Executive Director (Management) and Bernard Betel Centre members, as well as to seniors within the community. The Council serves to provide feedback and input on important membership issues, along with program and policy development. The Council is committed to participating in fundraising opportunities, to raise awareness, and bring the greater community together, remaining receptive to recommendations and suggestions that will improve the well being of our members and the general environment within the Centre. Members’ Council would love to hear from you! To contact Members’ Council, please email

Member Bill of Rights
Every person participating in programs or services provided by the Bernard Betel Centre has the right:

  • To be treated in a courteous and respectful manner and to be free from mental, physical and financial abuse and all forms of harassment and discrimination.
  • To be dealt with in a manner that respects the person’s dignity and privacy while promoting the person’s autonomy and independence.
  • To be treated in a manner that recognizes the person’s individuality and that is sensitive to and responds to the person’s needs and preferences.
  • To access information about the services provided to him or her and to be told who will be providing the services.
  • To participate with staff in the assessment of their own personal needs.
  • To raise concerns about, or recommend changes to, services provided to him or her without fear of interference, coercion, discrimination or reprisal.
  • To be informed of the procedures for initiating complaints about the Bernard Betel Centre.
  • To have the right to refuse the provision of any information of a personal nature in accordance with Privacy Legislation.
  • To have his or her personal information and records kept confidential in accordance with the law.