We don’t see credit union members,
we see Cliff and Dan and Lisa and... 
We see banking differently.

We don’t see credit union members, we see Cliff and Dan and Lisa and... 
We see banking differently.

Vision Credit Union Ltd. is a community credit union with over 26,000 members across Alberta. Over the past 70 years, Vision has evolved from a single branch in Camrose with assets of $178, to become the province’s third largest credit union with 18 branches and assets over $1 billion.

 

Vision is rooted in communities where agriculture is the bread-and-butter of the economy. Many of us are farmers and ranchers too. We pride ourselves on understanding the financial needs of our members and on sharing the profits.

 

In 2020, Vision Credit Union returned $11.9 million in profit shares to our members. Our profit share allocation is one of the highest returns paid by any Alberta ​credit union.

 


Vision Credit Union Ltd. is a community credit union with over 26,000 members across Alberta. Over the past 70 years, Vision has evolved from a single branch in Camrose with assets of $178, to become the province’s third largest credit union with 17 branches and assets over $1 billion.

 

Vision is rooted in communities where agriculture is the bread-and-butter of the economy. Many of us are farmers and ranchers too. We pride ourselves on understanding the financial needs of our members and on sharing the profits.

 

In 2020, Vision Credit Union returned $11.9 million in profit shares to our members. Our profit share allocation is one of the highest returns paid by any Alberta ​credit union.

 


Community in view

At Vision, we don’t see branch locations and target markets, we see our hometowns. We’re rooted in rural Alberta communities and we know they have so much to offer. In this blog, we share stories about people, businesses and places in our communities and celebrate what makes this wonderful corner of the world feel like home.

Wetaskiwin Community Visionary: Diane Sauer

Walk through the doors of the Medi Lend Society on 50th Avenue in Wetaskiwin, and you’re sure to get a warm greeting from one of the organization’s friendly, knowledgeable volunteers.

Your Volunteer Firefighter

In small communities across Alberta, people know that when sirens blare and firetrucks drive by, the firefighters in those trucks are more than likely volunteers. They could be your husband or wife, mom or dad, son or daughter, neighbour or friend. And they’re helping to safeguard their communities through their courage and commitment to serve.

Friendly Faces of Vision: Branch staff stories

Anick Trudeau admits being a little on the shy side, but that doesn’t stop her from creating immediate and long-lasting connections with those around her. Anick’s warm nature makes her a trusted Senior Loans Officer at Vision’s Falher branch—her impeccable organizational skills help too.

Stories of Alberta: Falher’s Honeybees

Bees are known to be incredibly industrious insects. It’s a well-earned reputation. About 75 percent of the world’s leading crops depend on animal pollination, which means that pollinators are responsible for one out of every three mouthfuls of our food.

Getting the shot

Growing up in a time when rules and regulations were...more relaxed, Castor's Beth Elhard reflects on surviving her youth and feeling hopeful for the future

Getting From Giving

Volunteering feels good. In fact, a growing body of evidence suggests that volunteers might actually be rewarded with better physical and mental health.

Signals of change: harvest time past and present
It’s harvest time across the prairies; a time when leaves turn to gold and farmer’s stomachs turn and churn. It’s the annual harvest tradition of long, hard days and nights to get the crop into the bins on time…
Talking turkey
Thanksgiving has arrived. Time to give thanks, enjoy nature’s bounty and do battle with a Thanksgiving turkey. Beth Elhard shares her advice for first-time Thanksgiving hosts.

Financial articles

Insight and advice on financial topics ranging from cost-conscious family holidays in Alberta to avoiding fraud in today’s digital world.

To borrow or not to borrow: advice on RRSP loans
RRSP’s can offer a significant income tax deduction, but what if you weren’t able to save for one this year? Does it make sense to take an RRSP loan? Here are five key things to consider.
Cash in: access free money for your child’s education
Did you know that the federal government will help you save for your child’s education? In Canada, there are two grant programs that can help you grow your child’s RESP. Learn how to access these funds.

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