I'm excited to announce that starting September 5 our branch network will be open a total of 10 more days a week, as we're re-opening our doors in Fruitvale, Salmo, Kaslo, New Denver and Radium.
There is something special about the Kootenays. It's more than its outstanding natural beauty and amazing outdoor life. There is a quality in the air that’s about community, independence, and ease of life born out of local knowledge and deep connections.
This past year, KSCU embarked on a fundamental revitalization era. We want to return to our roots, recommit to our communities, and celebrate excellent local service. I want to acknowledge and thank our employees and members for sharing thoughts and ideas with us. We've been listening and learning and are excited to keep the conversation going.
You can see our new, updated hours here.
- Mark McLoughlin
As we continue to commit to our communities, our next step is a refresh to the Trail Branch roof.
The project is going to start near the end of September and will take about a month to complete wrapping up at the end of October. During the construction we will be open for business!
Here are some things to expect during the renovations:
We know there will be times of frustration as we work on our roof. But a new roof is an investment in the future of the Trail branch to make sure it is safe and secure so we can serve our members for years to come.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
The TFSA annual contribution limit for 2023 is $6,500.
The TFSA annual contribution limit is indexed to inflation and rounded to the nearest $500. On this basis, the annual contribution limit for 2023 is $6,500.
October 28, 2021
To celebrate International Credit Union Day last week, Kootenay Savings' employees distributed proceeds from the credit union's Care Wear program - $21,206 - to 25 different charities and non-profits.
KSCU Employees Share Over $21K with Local Charities - PDF