BEST WISHES OF THE SEASON TO EVERYONE!
Please note our holiday season hours and days we are closed. Be sure to plan your banking needs accordingly.
We are open on Saturday, December 22 from 10:00am to 1:00pm (regular hours).
We are closed on Tuesday, December 25 and Wednesday, December 26. We will be open on Thursday, December 27 at 10:00am.
NOTICE of the CCEC Annual General Meeting (AGM)
|Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019
Cafe Deux Soleils
2096 Commercial Drive, Vancouver,
6:00pm Registration; 7:00pm Meeting
Get involved in your Credit Union.
Nominate yourself for one of four positions on the Board of Directors or one of three positions on the Credit Committee.
Roger Inman Memorial Award for Community Economic Development
ANY CCEC CREDIT UNION MEMBER GROUP, BUSINESS OR INDIVIDUAL IS ELIGIBLE FOR THIS SPECIAL RECOGNITION/CASH AWARD.
Deadline for applications is Friday, January 4, 2019. Click here for the application. Learn more...
Notices and Updates for our Members
- Lost, stolen or captured card? Click here to find out who to call.
- Be sure to Activate, by using, your new MemberCard. If you didn't get one or can't find it, please phone us at 604-254-4100 (or 1-866-254-4100).
- Go Paperless! Now, e-Statements available through MemberDirect (online banking). Get your statements faster, more reliably and more secure than through postal mail. Email us or let us know when you come to the branch that you want to go paperless.
Apply Online today*for all cards except deposit secured cards.
Credit Unions across Canada are partnered with Collabria Financial Services, a company that is wholly owned and operated by credit unions, to provide our members with VISA cards.
Learn more.Pick the charge card that fits your needs.
Service Charges and Fees
Click here to download our Services and Fees that are effective on March 1, 2018.
Learn more about CCEC history, mission and values by clicking here.
CCEC is a single branch autonomous and independent credit union on Commercial Drive, Vancouver. The credit union was formed in 1976 by a group of community organizations, community activists, local co-ops and not-for-profits who were unable to access financial services through mainstream banks and credit unions.