Crosstown Civic Credit Union News

At the virtual Annual General Meeting held on March 22nd, the Board of Directors of Access Credit Union announced an $8.2 million cash return to all credit union members."We promised members that we were placing a strong emphasis on retaining our patronage program for all Access Credit Union members as a merged entity," shared Ingrid Loewen, Board ...
As legacy Crosstown Civic and Access Credit Union cards expire, the new rebranded debit cards will be sent as replacements. You may have already received your new card in the mail. Here's what you can expect: Practical vertical design Debit cards were originally designed with a landscape (horizontal) layout and embossed numbers because of how they ...
Crosstown Civic Credit Union and Access Credit Union officially merged on January 1st, 2021.We are excited to officially welcome you to your new Access Credit Union, a credit union that offers new opportunities, new products and services, and an even stronger financial position as a whole. Reminder: Continue to bank using your respective credit uni...
The beginning of the year is a busy time for personal finances, and current health orders have moved us to services by appointment only. Save yourself time by making your TFSA or RRSP deposit online using our online banking or mobile app. Transfers can be done as one lump sum payment or scheduled as reoccurring transfers any day of the year.  ...
The $1, $2, $25, $500, and $1,000 bank notes will be removed from legal tender as of January 1st, 2021. This means that these notes cannot be used at stores for purchasing items. However, these bank notes are still considered money and can only be redeemed at financial institutions after January 1st. Just like the penny that went out of circulation...
There are two stages in investing for your retirement; the first stage is accumulating retirement savings, typically in an RRSP. The next stage is to provide retirement income. When it's time to use the money you've accumulated for your retirement years, a Registered Retirement Income Fund (RIF) provide a regular income stream, while continuing to ...
Please continue using the Crosstown Civic mobile app and website for online banking in 2021. We have begun integrating our operations to become a consolidated Access Credit Union. In spring 2021, we'll integrate our banking systems to unify our website and mobile app. In the meantime, members can continue to bank using their respective website...
Early January is a busy time for personal finances, and current health orders have moved us to services by appointment only. Save yourself time by making your TFSA deposit online using our online banking or mobile app. Transfers can be done as one lump sum payment or scheduled reoccurring transfers 365 days a year.  How do I make a TFSA deposi...
UPDATED DECEMBER 16 AT 3:30 P.M. This issue has been resolved. Thank you for your patience. ---------- On the evening of Monday, December 14, we received an update from our online banking service provider regarding the error message issue when logging out.Google Chrome recently released an update that is causing the warning message noted below. Our...
Important: We are upgrading to a new digital banking platform. Please update or verify your mobile number or personal email by June 1st to access online banking post-upgrade. Learn more>>