Credit Union

Dan J. Meades

The red soil of Salaga, a town in the north of Ghana.It has been two years since I returned home from working and living in Ghana for the Canadian Co-operative Association but there are some days when the memories are so strong I feel like I stepped off the...

Susan Ritchie

Hornby Island is a community steeped in volunteer and co-operative traditions.  Members of the Island's community, from the 1800s to the present day, have known that co-operation is an important aspect of living in such a small, isolated community. This focus has led to the establishment of many co-operative ventures, including a credit union, a consumer co-operative store, community...

Klaus Fischer

During my presentation at the Meeting of Directors of the Credit Union Central of BC in Vancouver last November, I encouraged the audience to consider alliances as an alternative to mergers, in order to solve some of the economies-of-scale problems facing a typical credit union. What I did not say is how an alliance works. To help credit union members understand what such an alliance may look...

Lloy Wylie

Date of Incorporation: October 19, 1951

Victoria Bowman
Nicole Chaland
Kyla Zachary

Date of Incorporation: March 14, 1950
Membership: 2000
Activity: Financial services
Area Served: Lake Cowichan and District (Youbou, Lake Cowichan, Mesachie Lake, Honeymoon Bay, Caycuse)
Assets:  $22 million

Lloy Wylie

Date of Incorporation: March 8, 1951
Membership: 35,000+
Area Served: Branches in Duncan, Victoria, Cobble Hill, Saltspring Island, Shawnigan Lake, with a new one opening in Cedar
Activity: Financial services
Assets:  over $500 million

Andrea Zacharuk

Date of Incorporation: 1943

Lloy Wylie

Date of Incorporation: 1950

Katie Rollwagen

Date of Incorporation: March 21, 1940 (Prince Rupert Fishermen's Credit Union)

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