BC’s credit unions are for everyone. If you live or work in the province, you can join any credit union and start reaping the rewards of membership immediately.
From savings and chequing to mortgages and investing, we’ve got it all. Along with the personalized service you need to get closer to your goals.
Credit unions are set up to make money for you, not off you. As such, our members can expect better treatment and competitive rates with fewer fees.
Rather than have your deposits disappear from your community, credit unions keep your money close to home by investing in local businesses, programs and people that matter to you.
With over 4,100 ATMs across Canada, our members have access to a larger ATM network than most banks – ding free, from sea to sea. Any credit union ATM is your ATM, so you’ll always be connected to your cash.
Every credit union in BC is fully insured with deposits 100% guaranteed by the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation of BC. Unlike the banks, there are no limits on the amount insured under individual accounts.
Signing up with a credit union is about as easy as it gets. Choose a better way to bank, and get your share of up to $200 – just for joining. Click here to learn more.
Choose fairness. Choose to be a member, not a number.
Choose to grow your money wisely, while investing in local businesses and the communities where you live, work, and play.
and where you bank is definitely one of them.
See why more and more, BC residents are choosing credit unions over banks.
In Prince Rupert, a credit union partners with the Nisga’a people to come up with a business plan to start a gardening company.
A local credit union does their part to introduce the next generation of women to skilled trades in an otherwise male-dominated industry.
Since 2012, the credit unions of British Columbia have collectively contributed over $40 million to communities. It’s a powerful impact that no other bank or business entity can claim.
Bowen’s back in the black and keeping it as “local” as it gets, thanks to a credit union and a host of quirky characters.
Ruth, now over 100 years old, shares how she became known as "The Credit Union Lady" and the real value of investing in children and families.
When you join a credit union, you join millions of British Columbians who’ve chosen to invest in themselves and the people, programs and places around them – achieving more, together.
Credit unions invest heavily in local businesses, which means more jobs and a stronger economy for us all. In turn, these businesses invest their profits in the very communities that support them.
Home is where our hearts are. In the last 3 years alone, BC’s credit unions have contributed over $40 million to local initiatives ranging from arts and culture to sports, charities and education.
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