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Important Member Alert - Debit Cards

All members should have received a new Member Card debit card, enabled with Flash® technology (you will notice the Flash sign on the card in the top right corner of your new card).

Are you still using your old Debit Card?
Our older debit cards will stop working in June. To ensure that you experience no disruption in using your debit card, you need to start using your new debit card immediately and destroy your old card.

If you have not received a Flash enabled debit card, please contact us or stop by your branch and we would be happy to issue you a new card.

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Travellers Cheques

As of June 29, 2018 we will stop offering Travellers Cheques, as our supplier, American Express, is no longer supplying this service in Canada. We will still be able to redeem Travellers Cheques as per usual.

Applications are being accepted for our INSPIRE Bursaries until June 30.

New this Year
  • Applicants can either submit a 750 word (or less) essay or a video two minutes (or less) in length
  • Applicants must be a current member or open a membership at Northern Savings Credit Union prior to applying for the bursary
Learn more about INSPIRE Bursaries >

Credit Card Transition

We have unveiled a new suite of Mastercard® credit cards. If you are a currently a CUETS Financial credit card holder there will be no immediate changes to your Northern Savings credit card, you can continue to use your Mastercard® as you always have. Learn more >

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Cybersecurity Recommendations - Keeping your computer safe from ransomware attacks

Organizations and individuals across the globe have been experiencing the impact of a new type of cybersecurity attack known as ransomware. Ransomware is a new form of exploiting security vulnerabilities in which computers’ files are locked and controlled by an external program. The attackers demand a ransom fee to regain access and control of your computer files. Learn more >