Servus Credit Union supports members and remains financially stable in year marked by unprecedented change
Alberta Central awards $20,000 to two Alberta-based businesses for first-ever Big Future Innovation Grant
Digital Publication Curiocity Group Inc. and mobile app service Clinical Trial Hero receive grants to put towards their financial future.
Spark The Energy Credit Union and Connect First Credit Union boards approve business case to amalgamate
The Boards of Connect First Credit Union (Connect First) and Spark The Energy Credit Union (SPARK) have met independently, have unanimously approved a business case to amalgamate and will now pursue legal, regulatory and member requirements.
Alberta Central, the central banking facility, service bureau and trade association for Alberta’s credit unions, is pleased to announce it has shortlisted five small businesses for the first-ever Big Future Innovation Grant. These successful applicants are in the running to win one of two $20,000 grants to put towards their business’s financial future.
SPARK The Energy Credit Union Ltd. and Connect First Credit Union Ltd. announced today that they are moving forward to develop a business case to explore how the two credit unions can work together for the benefit of their membership and employees.
On Tuesday, December 15, Servus was honoured to receive the Government of Alberta’s Minister’s Seniors Services Award in the business category.