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​​Contact Your Credit Union

​Our team can help you with all your personal and business banking needs. 


General Inquiries or Booking Appointments

​Our team is happy to help you with everything from daily banking to borrowing and investing.

Make an appointment at your nearest branch today!

Toll Free Phone: 1-800-379-7757

Phone: 613-238-8001

Our Call Centre Hours are from 9AM to 6PM Monday to Friday


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Questions? Comments? Kudos? Please contact us by filling out the form below.

A member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible. 


Locate a Branch or ATM

We have 4 conveniently located branches and access to over 3,500+ ding free® ATMs across the country.

Find one close to you.


An updated list of branches and hours:

Branch Locations


Your Credit Union locations and available ATM locations through the Exchange Network:

Branch/ATM Locator

Lost or stolen MEMBER CARD®

Can’t find your card? Have you noticed any unauthorized activity on your card? Call us.

Phone: 1-888-277-1043  or  1-905-305-40997

If you have unauthorized activity on your account, click on the Member Card® link below to find out what to do:



Visa® Credit Card Questions:​

To report a lost or stolen card, please call Collabria: 

Canada and U.S.: 1-855-341-4643

International Collect: 1-647-252-9564



​For account inquiries, to check your balance, please call our Call Centre or Collabria. 

Your CU Phone: 1-800-379-7757 

Collabria Toll Free: 1-800-341-4643

Complaint Resolution

In accordance with our Market Code of Conduct, Your Credit Union’s goal is to manage complaints and resolve problems quickly, effectively and to the satisfaction of our members. If you have a concern with our service, please follow the below steps:

First Step: Talk to your Branch

Speak with a branch employee. A problem or complaint can usually be addressed by our Member Service Officers, other staff members at your branch or through our contact centre. If the staff member handling your concern cannot address the issue independently, they will escalate to the appropriate individual.

Second Step: Write to our Complaint Officer

If you are unsatisfied with how your concern was handled, you can refer your complaint to our Complaint Officer at for further investigation. Our Complaint Officer reports directly to the CEO and has been appointed to undertake an impartial review of all unresolved member complaints.

Third Step: Speak with the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA)

FSRA is responsible for overseeing the performance of the Ontario Credit Union and Caisse Populaire industry and compliance with the Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act, 2020. If Your Credit Union has not been able to resolve your complaint within a reasonable time, contact FSRA.

Web: How to Resolve a Complaint Against a Credit Union or Caisse Populaire

Mail: Complaints and Risk Assessment Branch

 Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA)

 25 Sheppard Avenue West, Suite 100, Toronto, ON, M2N 6S6

Fax: 416-590-8480