Mission Statement

Vision

To be a progressive community co-operative that provides full financial service.

Mission

A credit union that is open minded to the views of our members and responsive to their needs.

Values

Employee Satisfaction

We respect our employees and their contribution to our success. We have a satisfying, positive working environment and encourage employee involvement and participation. We support their development by providing training and educational opportunities. We respect their need to balance personal and professional lives.

Community Impact

We actively support the development of our communities - provincially and beyond. We present a positive image to the community by sponsoring projects and through the involvement of board and staff.

Product Excellence

Our credit union is committed to provide access to a broad range of affordable products and services tailored to meet or exceed member's financial requirements, with the most flexibility and convenience possible, while offering competitive rates.

Integrity

We conduct business in an honest and professional manner. We achieve mutual trust and respect by valuing and understanding other's views, ideas and feelings.

Service Excellence

We provide all credit union members with friendly, knowledgeable and helpful service by a trained professional staff.

System Involvement

We are committed to being involved in the credit union system on a local, provincial and national basis. Members benefit with more products, better security, and greater financial health.

Long-Term Prosperity

We are committed to the members to do what is necessary to ensure growth, stability and financial health, which will be shared by the operation, the members, the community and the system for years to come.

Co-operative Principles and Philosophy

We are member owned. By working together, everyone involved will benefit. As a co-operative, we adhere to the principle of the International Co-operative Alliance:

  • Voluntary and Open Membership
  • Democratic Member Control
  • Member Economic Participation
  • Autonomy and Independence
  • Education, Training and Information
  • Co-operation among Co-operatives
  • Concern for Community