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Enriching lives, together with our members, for 80 Years.

When you are choosing a financial institution for a mortgage, investment or loan - your choice matters. It drives the level of impact made in your community. Do profits stay local or do they travel to a head office back east to be shared with a select group of shareholders? As a credit union, we offer everything you need from a banking perspective, but we also give you more.

 
 
 

Become a member in just minutes. 

Join Sunshine Coast Credit Union quickly and securely through online account opening. Choose an account plan, or one of our special term deposit rates to get started.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

As actual owners of the credit union, individuals—including junior members—must buy and retain a minimum of $25 Class "B" Membership Equity Shares.* The cost to you is $25.00. It is also important that you know the Membership Equity Shares account is not an interest-bearing account.

  • minimum $25 requirement, maximum $1,000 
  • Junior (age 18 and under) $5 requirement 
  • dividends paid, based on financial performance 
  • not covered by Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation (CUDIC)

DividendsDividends may be declared at the discretion of our Board of Directors. Dividends are dependent on the financial status of the credit union for that year and are paid annually during the first quarter following year end. Note: Dividends paid by a credit union to a member who has shares in the credit union are not eligible for Canada's dividend tax credit (unless the shares are listed on a prescribed stock exchange) and are treated as regular interest income

 

 

This transition goes beyond transitioning to a new website; we’ve embraced a best in class digital platform that will empower your credit union to quickly deliver on your future expectations and needs. We will be delivering a new online banking experience and mobile apps to our members in the future. Stay tuned for more information!

 
 
 

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