Osoyoos Credit Union will be closed on Friday, April 3rd and Saturday, April 4th for Easter. Sorry for the inconvenience.
GREG SOL AS GENERAL MANAGER
March 10, 2015. Osoyoos Credit Union. News Release.
The Board of Directors of Osoyoos Credit Union announces that Greg Sol has been named General Manager effective August 4, 2015. His appointment comes with the retirement of Bill Collins who has been the General Manager for the past eleven years.
The Staff, Management and the Board would like to take this opportunity to thank Terry Towns for his dedicated service on the Board of Directors of Osoyoos Credit Union. Unfortunately, due to a job transfer, Terry has had to resign his position on the Board. Thank you Terry for your service to the Osoyoos Credit Union, it was greatly appreciate and we wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
The terms of three Board members will conclude immediately following your Credit Union’s Annual General Meeting. With the inclusion of one Board member who has retired, the total number of board director positions available for election at the AGM will be four.
The Nomination Committee of Osoyoos Credit Union has been appointed to receive and place the names of qualified members in nomination. The Committee will accept nominations up to the time a motion from the floor at the Annual General Meeting is made to close nominations.
The Government of Canada is increasing its use of direct deposit for payments made to Canadians and to Canadian businesses. If, for example, you're an individual receiving a child tax benefit, Old Age Security, Employment Insurance, a GST tax credit or a tax refund.
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3.00% *Rates are subject to change without notice.
Grants and Bursaries
BC Training and Education Savings Grant
All B.C. children with an RESP and born on or after January 1, 2007 will be entitled to receive the BC Training and Education Savings Grant. When a B.C. resident child turns six years old, the Province of British Columbia will put $1,200 into the child’s Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP).
Here’s what B.C. families need to do:
Open an RESP account at your financial institution before the child turns seven years old (or by February 28, 2014 for children born in January or February 2007). No matching or additional contributions are required!
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