Crosstown Civic Credit Union News

Our service provider will be implementing an update to our banking system on Sunday, November 3, from 2:00 AM-2:00 PM. Online and telephone banking will be temporarily unavailable during that time and access will be limited for debit card and POS transactions. Full services should resume Sunday, November 3 after 2:00 PM CDT. Thank you for your pati...
ICU Day has been celebrated on the third Thursday of October since 1948 to bring awareness to the ways credit unions improve the lives of their members around the world. This day is a chance to celebrate the global co-operative movement and look back on the accomplishments, successes, and achievements of credit unions and their members. The theme f...
Awareness and constant vigilance is the only path to minimizing the risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime. Check out videos and materials on how to protect yourself from cybercrime including a guide on different types of cyber threats and safe browsing habits, brought to you by the Canadian Credit Union Association (CCUA).  Protect yourself ...
Crosstown Civic raised more than $14,000 for this year's local charity. With the support of our long-time partner, Phoenix Recycling, we proudly hosted our first Shred Day of 2019 on a breezy, sunny Saturday on April 27th at our 1200 Henderson Hwy and 3161 Portage Ave locations. The second Shred Day of this bi-annual event was hosted by our 1450 Mc...
From groceries to back-to-school supplies, everyday fall purchases could get you 100,000 reward points. Simply spend a minimum of $1,000 on your Crosstown Civic Collabria® credit card between September 1 and October 31, 2019, and you'll automatically be entered to win 1 of 10 grand prizes of 100,000 reward points, plus a secondary prize of 10,000 r...
Congratulations to this year's 2019 CCCU Student Edge Scholarship Recipients! Thank you to everyone who applied to the 2019 CCCU Student Edge Scholarship Program. The purpose of the scholarship program is to give back to the community that we serve. CCCU recognizes the value of post-secondary education and what continued learning means for the prog...
Online banking is a quick and easy tool to manage your finances but it can pose risk if you don't use it safely. Here are some tips for keeping your information safe when you use online banking on your web browser: To ensure a safe and secure banking session, ensure your operating system, web browser, and applications have the most current update. ...
It's easy to get into debt and difficult to get out of it. The best way to avoid getting into trouble is borrowing money wisely from the get-go. There is a formula to comfortable debt. It's important to understand that formula before you borrow money. Financial institutions will often approve borrowing at 42% total debt servicing.Total debt servici...
 We know school is stressful, so let us help you take some of the load off. From now until November 1st, open a Student Edge account or make a deposit and you'll be automatically entered to win your textbooks and other school-related expenses ($500).* Get an edge up on your financial future with a Student Edge account from Crosstown Civic Cred...
e-Transfer outages: Please note that members will not be able to send money via e-Transfer beginning May 3rd at 12:00 p.m. or receive money via e-Transfer beginning May 5th at 5:00 p.m. until Sunday, May 9.
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>>