BANK ON SOMETHING BETTER.

Some Choices Matter, and where you bank is definitely one of them. Here’s why:


  • Ontario’s credit unions are owned by their customers and share their profits in a number of ways, from member dividends to community investments and support for small business.

  • At the end of the year, many credit unions return a portion of their profits to members in the form of a dividend. That’s real money in your pocket – just for belonging to a credit union.

  • When your members are the benefactors of your profits, their financial success always comes first. Service is more personal, rates get better, and fees are kept as low as possible.

  • Answering to our members exclusively, our profits are focused on providing solutions tailored to your specific financial goals – instead of the cookie-cutter solutions offered by the banks.

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    Because small businesses are so vital to the communities we serve, Ontario’s credit unions have helped thousands of local businesses succeed and are deeply invested in their growth.

  • Every year, Ontario’s credit unions donate millions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours to local non-profits, social enterprises and community initiatives that make us all better.

  • Ranking first in both Online and Mobile Banking Excellence*, credit unions are at the forefront of innovation and use their profits to continuously improve the banking experience.
    *SOURCE: IPSOS BEST BANKING AWARDS

  • Ontario’s credit union members can access their money at over 4,100 surcharge-free ATMs across Canada, and over 1.3 million ATMs worldwide – a network larger than most banks.

  • Don’t turn your profits into their profits. Join a credit union, and enjoy a better banking experience where every last dollar is invested in you. With credit unions, we all profit.

AND THE BEST PART? ANYONE CAN JOIN.

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CONNECT WITH YOUR COMMUNITY.

Across Ontario, we spoke with real credit union members about their passions, their connections to the community and local economy, and the impact that credit unions have had in changing things for the better. These are their stories.