Canada Credit Unions

Featured Canadian Credit Unions

Advantage Credit Union provides lifelong personalized financial solutions for their members and clients through the expertise of their well-trained and knowledgeable staff.

Aldergrove Credit Union takes pride in  their growth and a long history of active  involvement in the community.

All Trans Credit Union says "We'll Go the Distance" to make your experience one that you will, trust, appreciate and remember.

Assiniboine Credit Union of Manitoba  says "Put your money where it counts." Invest in your community.

Astra Credit Union is committed to the needs of members and their communities.

Biggar Credit Union. "Our Vision: Working Together To Build A Better Community."

Brant Community Credit Union is owned and operated by members and follows the  principles of co-operation.

Buffalo Credit Union, one of the most progressive financial institutions in Manitoba, says "We've been around!"

Caisse Populaire Desjardins serves Qubec and Canadian francophone communities in Ontario, New Brunswick and Manitoba.

Caisse Populaire Ukrainienne de Montréal  "A financial institution offering its clients very competitive rates and personalized services."

Cambrian Credit Union, Winnipeg and Selkirk's largest, helps its 45,000 members through money saving interest rates and professional, hassle-free service.

Capital City Savings Credit Union, with 153,000 members and a network of 35 locations, may soon be the largest in Alberta and the fourth largest in Canada.

Coast Capital Savings is Canada's second largest credit union, with $6.7 billion in assets, 300,000 members and 44 branches across the Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.

Cornerstone Credit Union provides full financial services to its members, the people of Saskatchewan.

Credit Union Atlantic with over 16,000 members serves individuals and businesses in the Halifax Regional Municipality and is the largest credit union in Nova Scotia.

Credit Union Central of Prince Edward Island is a gateway to 16 full service financial institutions with a complete range of products and services for Islanders.

You may find these U.S. Credit Unions of interest, especially Washington, Montana, North Dakota, and Minnesota. Also see Michigan credit unions, New York, Vermont, and Maine.

Credit unions are co-operatives, owned and controlled by their members. They are often the best place to establish credit, and often the easiest financial institutions to work with when you have special problems or needs.





Cumberland and District Credit Union says   "We are a member owned and operated community oriented financial institution dedicated to offering quality financial services to our members and their families."

DUCA Financial Services Credit Union  offers competitive deposit and mortgage rates and shares profits with members.

East Kootenay Community Credit Union says loan and mortgage policies are likely to be the most liberal in the community, "because we know, and can relate to, the problems our members are facing."

Edmonton Civic Employees Credit Union offers chequing packages, investments and registered products, unique line of credit products, consumer loans, mortgages, credit card services and more.

Envision Financial is among Canada's largest credit unions, with $2.7 billion in assets under administration, over 82,000 member-owners and 700 employees.

Greater Vancouver Community Credit Union is proud to be one of the oldest credit unions in British Columbia, serving 6500 members from 4 branches in the lower mainland.

Greater Victoria Savings Credit Union is Victoria's member-owned, community Credit Union  dedicated to providing quality financial and insurance services for their members.

Gulf and Fraser Fishermens Credit Union (G&F Financial Group) serves over 30,000 members in BC.


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