WELCOME TO CANADA’S CREDIT UNIONS.

WE'RE IN THIS  TOGETHER. FIRST.
BANKING SECOND.

WE'RE KEEPING OUR DISTANCE, BUT THAT WON'T STOP US FROM STANDING TOGETHER.

Putting you first has always been our #1 priority. In response to COVID-19, we’re doing everything we can to help our members get through this in good physical and financial health.

YOU DESERVE A FINANCIAL PARTNER THAT PUTS YOUR GOALS FIRST.

YOU WORK HARD FOR YOUR MONEY. WE WORK HARD FOR YOU.

Canada’s credit unions are owned by the people that bank with them, which means your bottom line is our bottom line. Every member has equal ownership and an equal say in how their credit union operates, no matter what their balance. Because we believe you are worth more than your net worth.

WE’RE INVESTED IN YOUR BEST INTERESTS.

Canada’s credit unions have ranked first among all financial institutions in overall Customer Service Excellence for 15 years in a row. We’re great at a lot of things, but we’re the best at putting you first.

WE PUT OUR MONEY WHERE OUR MEMBERS ARE.

Credit union profits are shared with members in the form of dividends and given back to communities through donations, scholarships, and other local initiatives. When you make a deposit in your account, you’re also making a deposit in your community.

YOU GETTING ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS FIRST.

What is a credit union?

Credit unions are financial cooperatives that provide the same services as banks, such as chequing accounts, mortgages, loans, and investment advice.

Do credit unions have ATMs?

Credit union members have access to thousands of ding free ATMs across Canada through THE EXCHANGE™ network and ACCULINK™ shared service. It’s an ATM network bigger than most banks.

Do credit unions offer online banking?

Yes. Credit unions across the country offer different services to suit your personal needs, including online banking.

How are credit unions regulated?

Credit unions in Canada are either provincially or federally regulated. Regulators have oversight over individual credit unions; and credit unions are required to meet standards and work with public agencies to ensure they are among the country’s soundest financial institutions.

FIND A CREDIT UNION
IN YOUR COMMUNITY.