What is A Credit Union?
Credit unions are well-regulated, full-service financial institutions. Canada's credit unions put their member’s hopes, dreams, needs, and wants above all else. Canadians who choose to bank with a credit union are choosing to bank with a conscience. Credit unions give back to their members - the people that bank with them - and contribute to their community’s economic, social, and environmental well-being.
What We Believe
Start With Our Members
Credit unions put customer service at the heart of every decision we make and that’s why we always rank highest in customer satisfaction.
Home Ownership for Canadians
Buying your first home should be possible for everyone, see how credit unions are helping Canadians secure that next big purchase.
Your Community Matters
When you bank with a credit union, you’re building up local communities and reinvesting in the place that matters most… home.
How Credit Unions Are Putting Community First
In 2019 Canada’s credit unions donated $53,400,000 and their staff volunteered more than 302,877 hours (*2020 Community & Economic Impact Report)
In 2021 Canada’s credit unions contributed $55 million* to their communities through donations, sponsorships, scholarships and more. (*2022-23 ESG Report)
Credit Unions are Advancing Financial Literacy
Each One, Teach One is an approach to providing basic and plain language financial knowledge, without ties to any products or services, with the sole goal of empowering individuals to make the right financial decisions for themselves and their families.
Looking to buy your first home?
Canada’s credit unions are a great option for homebuyers looking to secure a mortgage.
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