Crosstown Civic Credit Union News

The Board of Directors of Crosstown Civic Credit Union (CCCU), at this year’s Annual General Meeting, announced a return of $3.07 million was paid to its members in the form of surplus shares. This amount represents 2.75% in patronage allocations, an amount based on a member’s loan interest paid and eligible deposit interest received for all qualif...
Crosstown Civic is proud to sponsor one of our youth members to attend this year’s retreat in Clear Lake. Part of the MB Cooperative Youth Program, the Co-op Youth Leadership Retreat fosters leadership skills and encourages youth involvement in cooperatives. The event features hands-on workshops and fun activities through which youth explore challe...
Managing money can be stressful. The options are endless. The rates can be confusing. Is there really a "best way" to save? Sure. But it depends on the individual and the situation. We want to help take the guess-work out of saving money. We've compiled a list of some of the ways you can watch your money grow: Short-term Solutions With these short-...
In the spirit of February’s “I Love to Read Month,” Crosstown Civic Credit Union team members spread the value of early saving habits to school-aged kids this month through storytelling events at schools, and in branches. Aida Pamplona, Financial Services Officer at our 1450 McPhillips Street branch, read to a group of third grade classes at École ...
Crosstown Civic Credit Union is pleased to announce a partnership promotion with Intuit TurboTax for tax year 2018. Until May 1st, 2019, CCCU members can take advantage of a 20% discount on TurboTax online. TurboTax is online software that makes filing your taxes easy. TurboTax guides you step-by-step through your taxes, getting to know you so you ...
In the spirit of February’s “I Love to Read Month,” we're spreading the value of early saving habits to school-age kids this February through storytelling events and product giveaways. In addition to reading to school-age children throughout February at schools in the city, our younger members and their caregivers are invited to join us Thursday, F...
With cyber threats on the rise, it’s important to stay alert when it comes to your privacy and security. Here’s what you can do to help protect yourself from cyber-threats: Take advantage of MemberDirect Alerts. Its good practice to get alerts that advise you when your online banking is accessed, when payees or Interac e-Transfer® recipients are ad...
This year’s tax deadline is March 1, 2019. Here’s how you can use last-minute RRSP contributions to offset 2018 income tax:   First, let’s look at what an RRSP is: An RRSP is a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. It’s an investment account that allows you to save for your retirement on a tax-deferred basis. Who’s eligible to contribute? Any pe...
The new limit, announced at the end of November, means more savings options for Canadians. Since the government’s introduction of the Tax Free Savings Account in 2009, there have been few changes to the program. The inaugural year saw a limit of $5000 and it stayed that way until 2013 when the additional $500 was added. TFSA limits stayed stagnant ...
Effective Thursday, November 12th, all branches will serve members by phone or appointment only. While we will not be open to walk-in traffic, we are still here to help, just in a slightly different way. Learn more.
Confirmed COVID-19 exposure at 1250 Portage Avenue. Learn more.