Community News

Northwest Trade Expo May 4th and 5th

May 01. 18

Be sure to stop by the Northwest Trade Expo being held this weekend at Civic Centre in Smithers on May 4th and 5th. The Expo will be held in both arenas as well as outdoor exhibits! Don't miss out on some great exhibits, entertainment and food!

Career Fair Today in Burns Lake

Apr 20. 18

Come Visit Luella, Nathan and Madisen at the BVCU Booth at the Career Fair in Burns Lake TODAY! The career fair is happening at the Margaret Patrick Memorial Hall from 9:30-2:00. If you have ever thought about a career in the financial industry this is a great way to learn more about what steps to take to make you part of the BVCU Team!!

The GREEN envelopes are coming to you!!

Apr 18. 18

Bulkley Valley Credit Union is committed to return a portion of its profits each year to our members.                                                                                                                                                                                                           As we has another successful year in 2017, The Board of Directors has declared a dividend of 1.69% on the member shares, which will be credited to your equity share account.

Also, over $513,000in patronage payments will be distributed to our members this year!

So a big thanks to all of our members for their continued patronage, and we will continue to work hard to earn your support each and every day.


Minerals North is Coming To Houston

Apr 09. 18

Easter Weekend Hours

Mar 26. 18

Happy Easter Weekend! All branches will be closed from Friday, March 30th until Monday April 2nd. All locations re-open on Tuesday, April 3rd with regular hours.


It Doesnt Take Much to Lose Everthing

Mar 19. 18

With technology taking over so many of our day to day lives it is important that we do everything we can to protect ourselves. Continue reading for tips and tricks when it comes to your PIN.

-Shield your PIN from view

-Keep your card in sight during a transaction.

-Change your PIN regularly.

-Memorize your PIN. Do not write it down anywhere.

-Don't share your PIN with ANYONE.

If you have a feeling your PIN has been compromised, contact your local branch immediately to ensure your information is kept safe!

Burn It Smart

Mar 19. 18

Stay Safe Online

Mar 12. 18

Life is a little easier when you use your computer and mobile devices to get things done online. There are a few simple and sensible things you should be doing to help protect your self from online scams.

  • Change your password frequently.
  • Do not use public WIFI to access online or mobile banking.
  • Never click to accept an e-transfer from someone you don't know.
  • Install anti-virus software to protect your data from viruses and malware. Apply security updates as soon as you receive them.
  • Install anti-spyware software to prevent others from gathering information about your online habits or making unauthorized changes to your computer.
  • Implement a firewall to prevent unauthorized access.
  • If an E-mail looks suspicious, STOP before you click!
    • look carefully at what it claims and think about whether it makes sense
    • check the branding, spelling and language to judge whether it seems legitimate.
    • call the company to make sure the email came from them
    • remember that your Credit Union will never email you to confirm personal information

What to do if it happens to you

Acting quickly can minimize damage and help prevent further fraud or theft

  • Notify your Credit Union immediately if you suspect fraud or identity theft. They can provide advice on how to limit access to your credit card or financial accounts and investments.
  • Call the police and file a report. Keep a copy of the report for your records.
  • Change your PIN and passwords immediately.

March is Fraud Prevention Month

Mar 02. 18

It can happen to anyone. With just a few pieces of personal information, individuals, families, and businesses can be scammed out of millions of dollars. Most people don't think they can fall victim, but fraudsters use sophisticated ways to target people of all ages. Through out the month, we will be focusing on the different types of fraud and tips on how you can prevent yourself from becoming a victim.

Happy Family Day

Feb 08. 18

Happy Family Day from Staff and Management of Bulkley Valley Credit Union. To allow our staff to spend the day with their families all branches will be closed from Saturday, February 10th and re-open on Tuesday, February 13 with regular business hours.

Should You Be Shovelling Your Roof

Feb 08. 18

Public Service Announcement - Snowloads

February 7, 2018

SMITHERS – The recent volume of snowfall has prompted residents to be concerned with accumulated snow loads on home roofs.

Homes built prior to 1985 or homes that are developing icicles or ice damming at the eaves may need some clearing.  Attic ventilation—ridge vents, whirly vents, flat vents—that are blocked, may be restricting air flow that cools and removes moisture from the attic.  Heat escaping from the house and trapped in attic spaces can melt snow at the shingles and cause a flow of water to the cold overhang at the soffits.  So clearing vents is a place to start!

The BC Building Code establishes the Ground Snow Load which is used to calculate the Roof Snow Load that engineers and builders factor in construction.  The Ground Snow Load has changed over the past three decades:  1985—2.2 Kpa, 1998—2.7 Kpa, 2003—2.9 Kpa, 2006 to present—3.2 Kpa.

The Town of Smithers’ current ground snow load is 3.2 kPa plus 0.2 kPa rain component, for a total 3.4 kPa, or 69 lbs/ft2. For building design, this value is generally reduced by 40% for residential buildings and by 20% for commercial buildings, known as the specified roof snow loads. This equates to 41psf for residential and 55psf for commercial.

Pure water density is around 1000 kg (or one tonne) per cubic metre or 62.4 lbs  per cubic foot. Newly fallen snow more typically weighs 70 to 150 kg per cubic metre (4.4 to 9.4 lbs/cubic foot). Typically winter snowpacks have a density of 200-300 kg per cubic metre (12.5-18.7 lbs per cubic foot).

If we use 300kg/m3 (18.7pcf), then the current design depth of snow on roofs is 2.2ft on residential and 2.9ft on commercial. Owners should consider removing the snow if the packed accumulated snow exceeds these depths.  If heavy rains fall on these snow depths, the roof loading and risks of structure failure increase significantly.

Owners of older homes and buildings that were designed to a lighter snow load should consider removing snow at lower depths than those listed  above.

1. Do not shovel alone – have a spotter
2. Use fall-restraint or a rope safety line
3. Do not over-exert yourself
4. Remove snow evenly from the roof to avoid unbalanced loading
5. Do not shovel all the way to the roof surface – leave 50mm (2 inches)
6. COMMERCIAL BUILDING ROOFS—Do not clear onto public sidewalks or roadways unless barricades are set up, and follow up to clear the right of way for public safety.

Apply Online

Feb 06. 18

Have you had your eye on a new sled to go enjoy all this snow?! Are you looking to consolidate debt to start 2018 on the right foot? Have been wanting to come in to a branch look at loan options but haven't had the time? Why not use our online loan application or go figure calculator to help get you started!

Online Application

Go Figure Calculator

Wood Burners Block Party

Feb 01. 18

Now Offering a Wider Range of Mastercard Products

Jan 17. 18

Bulkley Valley Credit Union is please to offer our members Mastercard products from our new provider Collabria. There is a wide variety of new products built to suit your needs! Visit your local branch for more information.

The 2017 Winter Newsletter is coming your way!

Jan 08. 18


This four page letter to our members includes some information our upcoming service fee changes, the call for nominations for 2018, the AGM scheduled for April 23, 2018 at Hudson Bay Lodge's summit room, and an introduction to our new Branch Manger in the Lakes District.


You can download the full PDF HERE

Holiday Hours for Bulkley Valley Credit Union

Dec 18. 17

All branches of Bulkley Valley Credit Union will be closed from Saturday December 23rd to 27th, 2017 as well as from December 30th to January 1st, 2018. Days not listed will be regular open hours in each of our locations.
Staff, Management and the Board of Directors wish everyone the very best of the holiday season!!

Important Notice-Credit Union Mastercard Program

Nov 30. 17

In January 1st, 2018 Bulkley Valley Credit Union will be introducing an exciting new family of personal and corporate credit cards. Our new card offering will provide excellent options to our members, with cards that specifically suit their individual credit card needs, both for personal use and for business.

Please note that members may continue to use their existing Bulkley Valley Credit Union Mastercard card issued by CUETS Financial beyond January 1st, 2018. If you have any questions regarding your current Mastercard you should contact the number on the back of your credit card.


We will keep you informed and provide greater detail on our new credit card program as we get closer to launch.

Final Week

Nov 29. 17

It's the last week of November already which also means the last week of Financial Literacy Month. Hopefully you have taken advantage of the tips and links through out the weeks to help improve your household's finances! The last week is all about knowing your rights and responsibilities. Here are a few tips and information everyone should know!

The more you know and understand your financial rights and responsibilities, the easier it is to avoid costly surprises and to reach your financial goals.

We all have responsibility to inform ourselves of rates, terms and penalties associated with financial services and products. You can find this information on this website  HERE or in any of your local branches!

When interest rates change, it may be tempting to break your existing mortgage and renegotiate a new one at a lower interest rate. Before you do that, read your mortgage contract and make sure you know all of the penalties and fees involved in breaking your current mortgage.

When you withdraw money with your credit card, you are charged interest starting that day. You don’t benefit from an interest-free period on these transactions. That means that even if you pay your credit card balance in full, on time, you may be charged close to a month’s interest on your cash advance. Your credit card agreement discloses how credit card interest is calculated. Get to know it to avoid costly surprises.

This brings us to the end! If you ever have any questions about your accounts or finances please call or visit a branch to talk to one of our Member Service Representatives!

BVIS Accepting Donations

Nov 22. 17

Week Four

Nov 20. 17

Just like that we are in Week Four of Financial Literacy Month. This Week is all about teaching your children about money. We all know kids are little sponges ready to soak up everything we say and do and that includes how we manage our own finances! Here are a few tips to help teach your children about money

-Create positive attitudes towards spending, saving and investing by involving your child and modeling behaviours.

-Create a positive attitude towards saving by opening a savings account that pays interest so your child can see how the money in their account grows.

-Help kids set goals and learn how to budget. You can pick up a budget book at your local branch!

-Show children how to make smart spending decisions — avoid impulse shopping and learn how to shop around to compare features and prices.

-Consider whether or not to give your child an allowance and how an allowance could be used to teach money management skills.

-Provide opportunities to earn money through babysitting, snow shoveling or other chores and encourage teens to manage their own money.

-Find out what you need to consider before co-signing a cell phone contract with your teen.

-Is it a need or a want? Model smart spending decisions by avoiding impulse shopping

-Setting up your child’s first credit union account is a great way to learn about saving, spending and investing

-Setting an allowance amount can help kids learn the basics of budgeting and the value of hard work.

Click HERE to access a fun interactive page for your child to learn more!

Week Three

Nov 14. 17

Manage Money For Student Life! Week three of Financial Literacy Month is all about tweaking your budget while going to school. It is important to save money and control your budget while attending a post secondary institution to avoid a heavy debt load when you graduate. A budget is only useful if it is relevant and in tune with your needs and goals. Update it on a regular basis and when your life changes to make sure it reflects your current financial obligations, savings goals and sources of income. Find out more here!

Follow the links below to take you to the Governement of Canada's website to learn more about budgeting for different times in your life.

Branch Hours

Nov 09. 17

Bulkley Valley Credit Union will be closed November 11-13 for Remembrance Day. We will be open with regular branch hours on Friday, November 10th and then reopen on November 14th from 9:30 am.

Week Two

Nov 06. 17

Week two of Financial Literacy Month is all about living within your means. Do you have a budget you create? Are you tracking your expenses? Having a budget and sticking to it can help you manage debt, save money and plan for the future. Click the link below to take a financial literacy quiz to find out where you stand when it comes to your finances. Not happy with your results? Take advantage of the knowledge of the Bulkley Valley Credit Union's staff as well as the tools you can find on our website and in branch to help you get to where you want to be!

Use the BVCU Budget Book found here to help you get started on creating your budget to plan for the future!

November is Financial Literacy Month

Nov 02. 17

Bulkley Valley Credit Union is celebrating Financial Literacy Month through out November! Week one is Achieve Financial Well-Being. Click here for a few tips to help you get to where you want to be financially.

-Budgeting can help you and your family achieve financial well-being by planning for what’s coming in and what’s going out.

-An emergency fund can protect you and your family in case of a financial emergency. It helps you deal with unexpected situations without having to borrow money.  

-Paying for post-secondary education and avoiding a heavy debt load is a big challenge. But there are a variety ways to save money while you are in school to cover the costs: living at home, getting grants, bursaries, and taking advantage of tax deductions and tax credits for students. 

-Start saving early to make sure you have the retirement lifestyle you want. The sooner you start to save, the sooner you will be earning interest, and the more your money will grow.

-Small changes in your spending habits can have a big impact in your overall financial situation.

-Spending less than you earn makes you resilient to economic and financial downturns. A heavy debt load makes you more vulnerable if your financial situation changes or if you need to pay for unexpected expenses.

-If you take on debt, make sure you have a plan to pay it back.

Happy Halloween

Oct 30. 17

October 31 is here and soon we will find our neighborhoods filled with ghosts and goblins and other delightful characters out for the annual treat collecting event. Please stop by your local branch for a treat and to see what great costumes our staff members have created.
The Directors, Management, and Staff at Bulkley Valley Credit Union would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very safe and happy Hallowe’en.

Fall Term Deposit Special

Oct 24. 17

The Bulkley Valley Credit Union is proud to offer our Fall Term Deposit Special! Take advantage of our special rates we are offering for a limited amount of time.

Contact your local branch to discuss how you can earn more interest.

Happy International Credit Union Day!

Oct 19. 17

On ICU Day, Bulkley Valley Credit Union joins the more than 217 million credit union members around the world in celebrating the people-first principles that have helped lift people out of poverty and strengthen communities all over the globe.  

System Updates

Oct 13. 17

On Sunday, October 15th our banking system will be going through an update. This update will start at 1:30AM PST and will end at 7:30AM PST. During this time our MemberDirect online banking will be unavailable. If you are experiencing troubles outside of this time or need to make arrangements before please contact your local branch. Thank you for your patience.

The Credit Union Foundation of BC

Sep 29. 17

The Credit Union Foundation of BC is the provincial wide philanthropic organization of the credit union system founded and funded by British Columbia credit union members. In 2015 the Foundation distributed over $121,000 to students from 31 different Credit Unions in BC.

Please click on the link to the to learn more, and to apply online.

Houston Branch Change Hours of Operation

Sep 05. 17

Support Houston Ringette

Sep 05. 17

Happy Labour Day Weekend!

Aug 30. 17

All branches of Bulkley Valley Credit Union will be closed on Saturday September 2nd, and Monday September 4th.
We wish everyone a safe and relaxing long weekend.
If you are in the Telkwa area, stop by the BV Kinsmen Telkwa Barbeque! Check out their website for details on their events, which include the classic beef, a demolition derby, and newly formatted concert!

BV Exhibition - Party Till The Cows Come Home!

Aug 21. 17


 Check out the 98th Annual BV Exhibition August 24th - 27th. There is the rodeo, the light horse show, the draft horse pull, the 4-H events, the logger sports, an antique tractor display, the exhibition halls full of wonderful creations. And don't forget the music! Performing on the Claude Dohler Stage will be Mob Bounce, Mark Perry and Northwest, The Country Icons and Appaloosa, and many more talented locals. Of course a stop at the food vendors is a must, as well as a spin or two on the rides! See you at the Fair!!

Pioneer Days are coming…

Aug 07. 17

Saturday, Aug 12, 2017

Pioneer Day is Hazelton's big annual event celebrating our community and historic past. It is held on the second Saturday of August and it is an all-day event with activities and entertainment for all ages to enjoy!

Events and activities that will be happening throughout the day are:

5/10km run/walk dedicated to Evie Maitland organized by Doug Donaldson MLA Stikine’s Office
Wagon Rides sponsored by the Bulkley Valley Credit Union
Live Music
Archery Tag
Junior Firefighter’s Competition
Iron Chef Competition organized by Storytellers’ Foundation
Bouncy Castle
Watermelon Eating Contest sponsored by the Gitaanmaax Market
Beach Volleyball and Basketball organized by Marcel Melanson and Colton Murrell
Candles by the River organized by Jude Hobenshield
Pioneer Day Dance by the Skeena Ice Arena Association
Strawberry Tea at the Anglican Church Hall
Hazelton District Public Library (Events TBA)
Arts and crafts vendors and food vendors
Parade begins at 12 noon

If you have any further questions, please contact Dominique Melanson at or at the Village Office (250)842-5991.

BC DAY is here!

Aug 03. 17

The Directors, Management and Staff wish everyone a very safe and happy holiday weekend. We also wish you sunshine and joyful moments that are shared with family and friends.

Smithers Branch                                                 Hazelton Branch

Friday August 4- 9:30-6:00                                  Friday August 4- 9:30-6:00

Saturday August 5- Closed                                 Saturday August 5- Closed

Sunday August 6- Closed                                   Sunday August 6- Closed

Moday August 7- Closed                                    Moday August 7- Closed

Tuesday August 8- 9:30-5:00                             Tuesday August 8- 9:30-4:00

Burns Lake Branch                                            Houston Branch

Friday August 4- 10:00-6:00                                Friday August 4- 9:30-6:00

Saturday August 5- Closed                                 Saturday August 5- Closed

Sunday August 6- Closed                                   Sunday August 6- Closed

Moday August 7- Closed                                    Moday August 7- Closed

Tuesday August 8- 9:30-5:00                             Tuesday August 8- 9:30-4:00

A bit of BC history for you…
At one time B.C. was comprised of two British-controlled colonies, one on Vancouver Island and a second on the mainland. In 1866, the two colonies were officially united as the Crown Colony of British Columbia, with its capital in Victoria. British Columbia became a province of Canada when it entered Confederation on July 20, 1871.

Houston Logger Sports

Jul 25. 17

Kispiox Valley Music Festival

Jul 24. 17

The staff at the Hazeltons' Branch are busy preparing for the Annual Kispiox Valley Music Festival which is taking place this weekend - July 28th-30th.

Come to the magical Kispiox Valley and enjoy the warm hospitality and inspiring music.

For more information regarding campfires, water and camping fees, please visit

KVMF vision: "A festival that captures the warm, close Kispiox Valley community spirit at a beautiful venue where a wide variety of music, art and other creative events provide entertainment, inspiration and education."

Learn to Fish

Jul 21. 17


On Wedneday, July 26, Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC is putting on a FREE two hour clinic for kids aged 5-15. The kids will enjoy a hands-on session where they will learn where, when and how to catch fish. There is no registration required and all equipment and tackle will be provided!

Where: Meet near the camgroud playground at Tyhee Lake

Time: 6:00-8:00 pm

Parent supervision is required!

Canada Day Weekend is Here!

Jun 26. 17


Smithers Branch                                Hazelton Branch

June 30      9:30-6:00                          June 30       9:30-6:00

July 1-3      CLOSED                           July 1-3      CLOSED

July 4          9:30-5:00                         July 4          9:30-4:00


Burns Lake Branch                              Houston Branch

June 30      10:00-6:00                          June 30       9:30-6:00

July 1-3      CLOSED                             July 1-3      CLOSED

July 4          9:30-5:00                           July 4          9:30-5:00





Canada Day in Our Communities

Jun 26. 17

All information was provided by the communities.

If you have any questions please contact your community and they will be able to provide you with more information.


June 30                                                                                                                                         

5:00-7:00    Campfire Sing Alone at Riverside Campground                                                  

July 1                                                                                                                                  

8:30-10:30    Pankcake Breakfast at the Friendship Centre                                                  

10:00-11:30   Culture Crawl leaving BV Museum                                                                  

12:00-12:30    Official Ceremony at Bovill Square                                                                            

12:30-4:00     Family Fun Festival at Bovill Square                                                               

3:00-4:00    Hillbilly Scrabble at Bovill Square                                                                   

7:00-9:00   Foam Party and Dance at Bovil Square                                                             

11:45-         Fireworks at Elks Park                                                                                        

New Hazelton

July 1

8:00   Registration for Mountain Challenge

8:30   Mountain Challenge Begins

9:00   Free Pancake Breakfast

9:30   Free Activities: Face painting, cotton candy,popcorn, sno- kones, bouncy tent, kid's games and vendors

10:30   Parade entries marshal at Lions Hall

11:00   Parade Begins

11:30   K'san Performing Arts and Soap Box Derby

12:00   Official Cermonies       


Burns Lake     

Burns Lake will be hosting family fun activities at the multiplex including arts and crafts, picklyball,rock climbing, jumprope, squash, ping pong, bean bag toss and hacky sack. 

Dont miss out on the Kayak Race on Burns Lake! All participants will receive a prize including a great prize for the grand winner!





Jun 21. 17

The BVCU Hearthrobs, which includes staff from Bulkley Valley Credit Union, Bulkley Valley Insurance Services, and Bulkley Valley Financial Services, as well as family and friends, gathered for another great turn on the BIG BIKE.  There was a great turnout, as the bike made its way around the community creating awareness. We are proud to be part of this important event, which helps to change the lives of not only heart and stroke patients, but all Canadians.

Ding Free

Jun 20. 17

Bulkley Valley Credit Union has four locations along Highway 16 - New Hazelton, Smithers, Houston and Burns Lake.

Stop by and use any of our ATMs along your journeys this summer - If you are away from our local communities, there are 4100 other ATMs across Canada that are Ding Free. Download the Ding Free App at to locate the closest Ding Free ATM to your location. The option to avoid any ATM surcharges is almost always available!

Happy Holiday-ing!

Summer Safety

Jun 06. 17


With the summer season in full swing, and the warm weather inspiring us to get outside and in and on the water, the Canada Safety Council has a few good reminders about Water Safety.
First and foremost, wear your lifejacket - and ensure all children do as well. Swimming with a buddy is recommended, and of course summer is a great time to enroll young children in swimming lessons.
And don't forget the sunscreen, especially when out on the water!

70th Annual Kispiox Valley Rodeo!!!

May 25. 17


The Hazelton Branch staff is all in Rodeo Spirit! Join the branch for the Rodeo Kickoff on June 2nd, featuring live music and a ‘Tough Enough to Wear Pink’ fundraising BBQ!

Mark it on your calendar, and get out to the beautiful Kispiox Valley for some fantastic scenery and an authentic cowboy experience!

Make sure you catch the Wild Horse Racing, the Ride and Lead, the Cowhide Race, the Wild Cow Milking, and the special featured event this year; the Master’s Saddle Bronc Riding. Sunday is also the 'Tough Enough to Wear Pink' day, so stop by their booth and say Howdy!

See y'all there!

May the Fourth is JEANS DAY!!

May 04. 17

Our staff members across all of our branches and offices are celebrating Jeans Day today in support of the BC Children's Hospital Foundation. All funds raised from Jeans Day will support research and equipment, but most importantly for the kids in BC who will need care and treatment this year alone. So Buy and Button and support BC's kids!




The 75th Annual General Meeting of Bulkley Valley Credit Union!

Apr 22. 17

You are invited to the 75th Annual General Meeting of the Bulkley Valley Credit Union, which will be held at the Prestige Hudson Bay Lodge on Monday April 24th, 2017 at 7 pm.

Registration will begin at 6:45 pm.

We hope to see you there!

E-statements are now available!

Apr 20. 17

E-Statements are now available on MemberDirect® for viewing. All other statements will be in the mail shortly.

Once again, our thanks to everyone for their patience during our transistion to the new banking system.

March Statements

Apr 10. 17

As part of the transition to the new banking system, all members with a chequing account will receive a printed statement in the mail for the period from March 18th to March 31st.  This is to ensure that all members have a permanent record for their files.
Members who receive e-statements will be notified of their availability through this website, rather than receiving a direct email alert.
Our statements will return to the regular cycle and notification pattern for April.

Thank you for your patience during the transition to our new banking system, and as we work through the logistics of the changes. 

New Statement Format

Apr 03. 17

All Bulkley Valley Credit Union chequing account members will notice that their end of March statement has a new look!
The new statement format is a result of our recent Banking System upgrade.
If you have any questions regarding this new format, please do not hesitate to contact your branch office directly.

Non-chequing accounts will receive their first statement in this new format following their regular schedule, at the end of June.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during our conversion. 

Changes to Account presentation on MemberDirect®

Mar 23. 17

Members will notice a change in how MemberDirect® appears now that our Banking System Conversion is complete. All accounts that a member has an ownership in will show in your list of accounts. For ease of use and identification, those accounts can be renamed by the account owner for easier identification going forward.

In the “My Accounts’ area, in the top left corner of the MemberDirect® home page, there is an option to ‘Rename Accounts’.

For any additional assistance or concerns please contact your local branch staff, and they will be pleased to assist you.

Banking System Conversion - Telephone Banking

Mar 18. 17

If you currently use our Telephone Banking product, please contact your local branch to discuss accessing the new system.
We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Thank you for your patience during this time.

Banking System Conversion News - IT’S DONE!

Mar 17. 17

Bulkley Valley Credit Union has completed the upgrade to the banking system, and all branches will resume regular hours this week.
MemberDirect® Personal and MemberDirect® Business banking, Mobile Banking, and Telephone Banking are available once again.
Now that the conversion has been completed, all bill payments and transfers that were scheduled over the weekend should be completed by the end of day on March 19th. If you have questions about any of those transactions, please contact your branch.

Our sincere thanks to all of our members for their patience and understanding during this upgrade.

Banking System Conversion - March 18th and 19th!

Feb 28. 17

Bulkley Valley Credit Union's banking system conversion is just a few weeks away, and in order to be prepared as possible, there are some things that members should do to ensure a smooth transition.
Make a list of all e-transfer recipient email addresses, and keep them in a secure location. There is a possibility that this information may not migrate into the new system, and will need to be re-entered after the conversion has taken place.
Send all e-transfers that would take place over the weekend early, and make scheduled bill payments early as well.
We appreciate our Member's patience and understanding during this process, and please watch this website for further information on this transition.

Mobile App Login Changes!

Feb 03. 17

BVCU Mobile App Login Changes:

When you attempt your first login, you will receive an error message as shown below. It explains that you must enter the last 7 digits of your MemberCard, and all logins will contain 7 digits going forward.

If you use 'Memorized Accounts' or 'Remember Me', you will need to 'Select Other Login' and continue in the same manner as above to create a new saved login with 7 digits. If you have 'Saved Logins' with only 6 digits under 'Settings' you must delete those.

PLEASE NOTE - MemberDirect® Login Changes - Effective Today!

Jan 31. 17

The MemberDirect® login page (shown below) will remind you to use this new process. If you are using the 'Manage Memorized Accounts' , or the 'Remember Me' feature, you will also need to reset that with the same 7 numbers you entered into the 'Card Number'.

Any one of our staff members will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding this change.



The Upper Skeena Recreation Centre Receives Major Government Support!

Oct 28. 16

The Upper Skeena Recreation Society received joint funding from the Governments of Canada and British Columbia this week, which will bring the project much closer to reality. With the nearly $12 Million in funding announced this week, along with what the group has already raised, the project could begin as early as next spring!  

Click on the link below for the Government News Release:

News Release

The Celebration is on at the Hazelton Branch!

Oct 28. 16

The Hazelton Branch staff is ready to celebrate and there is cake for everyone!!

Happy 20th Anniversary to the Hazelton Branch!!!

Oct 27. 16

Here is the staff on Opening Day, October 28, 1996 - from left to right is Eric Johnston, Lu Senecal, Tamara Desjardins, and Marilyn Larsen.

The branch today has 10 staff members who would love if you stopped by the branch for a visit and of course some cake :)

Congratualtions again to the Hazelton Branch on their 20th Anniversary! 

The Upper Bulkley River Stream Keepers Project

Oct 21. 16

The Houston Branch staff along with members from the Upper Bulkley river Stream Keepers with the $10,000 cheque!

Please vote for the Streamkeepers program by registering with the Aviva Community Fund. When you get to the Aviva page, you can search this project by typing 'Houston' in the location option, or by the name 'Watershed Stewardship Learning Facility and Hatchery'.

This project is eligible for up to $50,000, and the voting closes on October 28th, 2016.

Please click here to cast your votes for this important project:  Aviva Community Fund

Pie Day in the Hazelton Branch!

Oct 21. 16

International Credit Union Day is held on the third Thursday in October, and is celebrated by 56,000 credit unions and 217 million members around the world!

Bulkley Valley Credit Union celebrates this important day by inviting our communities into our branches to enjoy pie, coffee, and a chance to visit with other members of the community. This has been a long-standing tradition here with us, and we look forward to doing it again!

October is Canadian Library Month!

Oct 06. 16

There are too many great events taking place at the Hazelton District Public Library to list, so please go to their website to check things out!

Hazelton District Public Library


The Evelyn Hall - the place to be this October!

Oct 05. 16

A drive out to Evelyn this October is a must - as there are events going on almost every weekend this month! There is truly something for everyone with the Fall Market, the Annual Harvest Fest Dinner, and the Kid's Hallowe'en Party all happening at the hall this month. Of course a drive out to the country to enjoy the beautiful fall colours is always a great idea! 


Support for the Lakes District Fall Fair

Sep 23. 16

The Bulkley Valley Credit Union's Economic Development Committee recently supported the Lakes District Fall Fair Association with a $10,000 grant to assist in water and sewage upgrades to the fair grounds, as well as the construction of a new pole barn with power!  


Buyer Protection with your Credit Union Debit Card!

Sep 14. 16

Stop by your branch and ask about the Buyer Protection and Extended Warranty programs.

All you need to do is make your purchase with your Member Card® Debit Card, and you are protected by one of the best programs on the market!

Don’t Worry – You’re Covered!

The Hagwilget Bridge upgrades are finished!

Sep 08. 16

The major upgrades to the Hagwilget Bridge have been completed. The bridge is a crucial link for residents, as well as commercial traffic and the many tourists who come to visit the beautiful area. The $5.2 million project included the replacement of the structural steel components on the bridge's main towers and superstructure. Work on the 83 year old bridge is part of 'BC on the Move', the BC government's 10-year plan for improvement of the province's transportation network. 


Our float in the Fall Fair Parade!

Sep 01. 16

The Smithers Branch of Bulkley Valley Credit Union was awarded second place at the Fall Fair Parade. In addition we received First Prize for the best decorated business!  We would like to thank everyone who was out for the parade, and remind them that Bulkley Valley Credit Union belongs to the Exchange Network which is the second largest ATM network in Canada, and using any of the ATMs in this network comes at no cost to our members!

Bulkley Valley Credit Union Welcomes Carlee Morsund!

Aug 30. 16

Bulkley Valley Credit Union is proud to introduce the newest member of our Management Team; Carlee Morsund - Manager-Lending Services. Carlee brings a breadth of experience to the position, and her successes include 4 years as an entrepreneur in multiple facets: Real Estate, Mortgage Brokering, and Chatters Food Inc.

Carlee’s foundation in finance was formed during her work with Coast Capital Savings Credit Union, where she held a leadership role in the Small Business Department. Carlee and her husband Phil are extremely excited to call Smithers home again and to be back in the community they both grew up in.

As we welcome Carlee into our organization, we are bidding farewell to our long standing Manager-Lending Services, Max Starr, who retired in May. We wish he and his family all the very best in retirement!

Burns Lake Mountain Biking Association Project

Aug 19. 16

Bulkley Valley Credit Union is proud to partner with the Burns Lake Mountain Bike Association in their initiatives over the past few years.

The recent project is a picnic shelter at Krager Lake, which is nearing completion. Other projects include the Pierce Hofer Memorial Wall Ride, and annual sponsorship of the Big Pig Mountain Biking Festival held at Boer Mountain. The BLMBA has worked hard to make Burns Lake a must-do for mountain bikers in the north, and over the past number of years the club has built and maintained over 70 km of trails in the Boer Mountain Recreation Site, and the Burns Lake Bike Park, and have upgraded the Kager Lake Trail to be universally accessible.

Check out the BLMBA website for more great biking news:



Smithers friends of library

Aug 05. 16

The Donation is to support the Summer reading program for kids 4 to 13 years old. 

The program is presented to children from the end of June through to the end of August.

Lawnchair Lounge

Aug 02. 16


August 5, 2016: Six Feet Under

August 12, 2016: Welkin

August 19, 2016: Juanita McIntyre / North of Dixie

August 26, 2016: Backroads Home

Happy Anniversary Houston Pool!!!

Jul 27. 16

Bulkley Valley Credit Union is proud to sponsor FREE PUBLIC SWIMMING from 1:00pm to 6:00pm on Thursday, July 28 at the Houston Leisure Facility! Please come to the Pool Party to help celebrate the 10 year anniversary.

Red Cross accepting donations for Fort McMurray

May 05. 16

Our thoughts and prayers are with the residents of Fort McMurray during this terrible time. The Red Cross is accepting donations through their website which has a link directly to the 'Alberta Fires Appeal'. The government of Alberta has announced that it will match donations made to the Red Cross.

Please follow this link to the Canadian Red Cross website:

2015 Annual Report

Apr 08. 16

The 74th Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday evening, April 25 in the Summit Room at the Hudson Bay Lodge in Smithers. The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.

2015 was a successful year for the credit union and we encourage you to download our 2015 Annual Report on the “ABOUT US” page to view or financial statements and learn more about our recent successes.

Thank YOU for your patronage

Apr 06. 16

To Shareholders of Bulkley Valley Credit Union

Bulkley Valley Credit Union is committed to return a portion of its profits each year to its members.  I am pleased to report we had a successful year in 2015. The Board of Directors has declared a dividend of 1.66% on the membership shares which is credited to your equity share account. I am also proud to announce that we are distributing over $615,000 in patronage payments to our members this year too!

Your portion of these funds is represented by the voucher you will receive in the mail. Please bring this voucher into any one of our four branches and receive your payment in cash. You can also deposit your voucher through any BVCU ATM if you wish. If you are unable to visit one of the branch offices in the next few weeks, these funds will be automatically credited to your account in June 2016.

We continue to try and make the overall patronage program 'more green' each year, and this year we are sending less paper to each member and we encourage you to bring this letter and the corresponding envelope into your local branch to be recycled. We are also using 100% recycled paper for the letter , and 30% recycled paper for the envelopes this year.

Bulkley Valley Credit Union’s future success is based on your continued patronage and we will continue to work hard to earn your support each and every day. If you have any questions concerning this program, please contact your local branch staff and they would be happy to answer them for you.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, I want to say thank you for being a member of Bulkley Valley Credit Union.

Yours Truly

Klaus Mueller

A Director Election in Smithers!

Apr 05. 16

A Director Election for the Smithers Region of Bulkley Valley Credit Union will be held April 4th through April 8th during the regular business hours of the Smithers Branch. There are four candidates running for three open board positions, and the results will be announced at our Annual General Meeting on April 25th, 2016. The meeting will begin at 7pm at the Prestige Hudson Bay Lodge - Ferguson Room.

For the complete candidate bios - click on the link: Election and Candidate Information

Wishing everyone a ‘Hoppy’ Easter Weekend!

Mar 23. 16

The Directors, Management and Staff wish everyone a very Happy Easter. We hope you enjoy this holiday weekend.
Office Hours:
Thursday, March 24 - regular hours
Good Friday, March 25 - closed
Saturday, March 26 - closed
Monday, March 28 - closed
All offices will be open for regular business hours on Tuesday, March 29.

T’was The Day Before Easter

By Tammy Fuller
Twas the day before Easter and all through the woods,
The bunnies were busy packing their goods.
The eggs were all colored so pretty and bright,
All things were “go” for the big , special night.

The baskets were waiting, all decorated with care,
In hopes that the Bunny soon would be there.
My little brother Sam was asleep in his bed,
While visions of Easter eggs rolled round his head.

And I in my pajamas with the cat on my lap,
I had just settled down for a quick little nap.
When outside the window I heard a great noise,
I sprang from my chair and jumped over some toys.

As quick as a flash to the window I flew,
I pulled up the shade and , OH, what a view.
The moon on the meadow cast a bright golden glow
And the wind blew the flowers to and then fro.

Then all of a sudden from out of nowhere,
Came some lively bunnies, hopping here, hopping there!
Leading the group with ears long and funny
Was a plump all-white rabbit…
That’s right…the EASTER BUNNY!

The bunnies hopped past, one, two , three, four,
The rabbit called out and then there were more.
“Come Peter! Come, Flopsy! Come, Benny! Come, Joe!
Now hop along! Hop along! Hop along! GO!”

So up on each doorstep the bunnies did hop,
With baskets of eggs. (Let’s hope they don’t drop)!
Just at that moment, on the porch down below,
Came the stomping of feet ‘Twas the rabbit I know!
As I stepped from my window I heard a loud sound.
Through the door came the rabbit with a leap and a bound.
He was furry and soft from his head to his feet.
To see him so close was really quite neat.

He was surrounded by eggs that had been carefully dyed.
Easter eggs galore he soon would hide.
His eyes were all twinkles, His nose was so pink,
And I can’t be too sure but I think he did wink.
He had a kind face and a big fluffy tail
That bobbed up and down like a boat with a sail.
A twitch of his nose and a flick of his ear
Was his way of saying “You’ve nothing to fear.”
He uttered no sound as he hopped all about,
Hiding the eggs and leaving no doubt,
That the Easter Bunny had come like he does every year…
Bringing baskets of happiness to children so dear.

International Women’s Day - March 8th, 2016!

Mar 02. 16

Celebrate International Women's Day at the Houston Senior Centre, with guest speaker and Olympic Gold Medalist Carol Huynh!
There will be door prizes, a silent auction and a complimentary dinner. Please register by calling NWCC at 250-845-7266 by March 7th, 2016. Doors will open at 5:30, and dinner begins at 6:00. The 'Most Honourable Women of the Year' awards will follow.

Call for Nominations

Dec 30. 15

The election results will be announced at Bulkley Valley Credit Union's 74th AGM which will take place at the Prestige Hudson Bay Lodge on Monday April 25, 2016 at 7:00 pm.

Happy Holidays to YOU!

Dec 21. 15

Everyone at Bulkley Valley Credit Union wishes you and your family best wishes for the Holiday Season.

Branch hours are:

  • Regular hours on Wednesday December 23
  • Closed at 3:00pm on Thursday, December 24
  • Closed December 25
  • Closed December 26
  • Closed December 28
  • Normal Hours December 29-31
  • Closed Friday, January 1, 2016

Regular branch hours resume fior Saturday, January 2nd and Monday, January 4th to serve you.


It is Voting Day in Canada!

Oct 19. 15

Polling stations are now open, and everyone should get out and VOTE!!

For any further information, such as finding your polling place, or for a list of acceptable ID, please visit the Elections Canada website.

International Credit Union Day in Smithers!

Oct 15. 15

Make sure you visit the Smithers Branch today - it is overflowing with delicious homemade pies!
This event is always a 'Win-Win-Win', as local groups make pies for a donation, our members get to gather for pie and coffee, and we all celebrate Credit Union Day and Coop Week together.


International Credit Union Day in the Lakes District!

Oct 15. 15

Pie Day is going strong in the Lakes District!
Burns Lake staff and members of our Board are serving delicious tarts again this year.

Make sure you find a reason to stop by the branch in the Lakeview mall today, and help us celebrate Credit Union Day!

International Credit Union Day in Houston!

Oct 15. 15

All of our four branches are celebrating International Credit Union Day today, which is part of International Cooperative Week.
The Houston Branch recently spent a day making pie tarts with the foods class at Houston Senior Secondary.
Those wonderful creations are being shared with everyone visiting the branch today - make sure you stop by!

International Credit Union Day in the Hazeltons!

Oct 14. 15

Please join your local branch on Thursday, October 15th to help us celebrate International Credit Union Day!
Our Hazelton Branch is serving pies made by local clubs and groups who are raising funds, and there will be lots of giveaways and a draw for some great prizes at the end of COOP week.

Stop by the branch on Thursday!

Thanksgiving Day

Oct 09. 15

The Directors, Management and Staff of Bulkley Valley Credit Union wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving weekend.
Branch hours are:

Regular hours on Friday, October 9
Closed Saturday, October 10
Closed Monday, October 12
Regular hours on Tuesday, October 13 to serve you.

Some background:

The native peoples of the Americas held ceremonies and festivals to celebrate the completion and bounty of the harvest long before European explorers and settlers arrived in what is now Canada. Early European thanksgivings were held to give thanks for some special fortune. An early example is the ceremony the explorer Martin Frobisher held in 1578 after he had survived the long journey in his quest to find a northern passage from Europe to Asia.

Many thanksgivings were held following noteworthy events during the 18th century. Refugees fleeing the civil war in the United States brought the custom of an annual thanksgiving festival to Canada. From 1879, Thanksgiving Day was held every year but the date varied and there was a special theme each year. The theme was the "Blessings of an abundant harvest" for many years. However, Queen Victoria's golden and diamond jubilees and King Edward VII's coronation formed the theme in later years.

From the end of the First World War until 1930, both Armistice Day and Thanksgiving Day were celebrated on the Monday closest to November 11, the anniversary of the official end of hostilities in World War I. In 1931, Armistice Day was renamed Remembrance Day and Thanksgiving Day was moved to October. Since 1957, Thanksgiving Day has always been held on the second Monday in October.

103rd Telkwa BBQ This Weekend!

Sep 04. 15


The Bulkley Valley Kinsmen are once again bringing the Telkwa BBQ to life for it's 103rd annual running! Featuring a demolition derby, some amazing concerts, a softball tournament and the famous beef on a bun from the pit, it's sure to be a great weekend of entertainment again this year. Featuring Prism, Honeymoon Suite, Brett Kissel, Aaron Pritchett and King & Cash. the all ages concerts are sure to be a good time!


For any additional information, check out the BV Kinsmen site at

Increased Authentication - IT’S HERE!

May 12. 15

Increased Authentication is a valuable tool for the online banking environment.

This additional security will give added protecton to your personal information, and will help to keep your online banking secure.

When you log in for the first time, there will be prompts to choose your security caption and questions. There is also an option to register your computer, so that the Increased Authentication program will recognize it each time you log in. In the New Year we will be simplifying how you log in to online banking, and you will no longer see the image feature.

The process will only take a few minutes, and will provide added security and peace of mind.

Fraud Prevention - A Shared Responsibility

May 04. 15

Fraud prevention is a Shared Responsibility between Bulkley Valley Credit Union and our members.

Please take a few moments to read the full document in our 'Featured' Section, to learn about ways to be aware of the ways our information is at risk, and to learn about a new layer of security that Bulkey Valley Credit Union is implementing very soon.


The Member Survey deadline has been extended!

Mar 11. 15

Every two years, Bulkley Valley Credit Union asks its members for feedback through a survey. Survey invitation letters have been mailed to a random sample of members from each of the four branches. Thank you for taking the time to complete our survey. Your opinions matter to us, and we have used members' suggestions from previous surveys to research and introduce new products and services.

The survey will take approroximately 15 minutes and as a thank you for your time and interest, there will be two draws for an iPad!

The Early Bird Draw will be May 20th, and the second draw will be at the conclusion of the survey June 19th.

Click here if you received a letter with a PIN


If you did not receive a Member Survey letter in the mail, we would still love to hear from you! As always, there are plenty of ways to reach us, and your comments are always welcome.

Please follow this link to our 'Contact Us' page:

Click Here to Contact us 

Pink Shirt Day

Feb 25. 15

Wear a pink shirt to symbolize that we as a society will not tolerate bullying - anywhere, anytime!

Service Charge Change

Jan 30. 15

At the January board meeting, the board of directors approved the increase to an existing service charge.

Under "General Service Fees", the incoming Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) service charge has increased from $5.00 to $6.50.

For information on this change, please Click Here

2014 Winter Newsletter is out!

Jan 03. 15

Watch for the 2014 Winter Newsletter that is included with your December 31st statement. This four-page letter to our members includes some information about the Call for Nominations for the Board of Directors for 2015, information about fraud detection and prevention, and provides the details for the 72nd Annual General Meeting that will be held this coming April.

We are also very proud to announce in our newsletter that Bulkley Valley Credit Union had made contributions over $220,000 to more than 230 local groups and organizations in 2014 through in-branch donations, as well as donations from the Economic Development Committee and the local Community Support Committees.

Click here to view the Newsletter now.

Bulkley Valley Credit Union proudly announces…“There’s an App for that!”

Nov 13. 14

Bulkley Valley Credit Union's iPhone App blends the ease and functionality of computer banking with the speed and perfect size for your favourite Apple Mobile Device. Download our app today on the App Store!

Happy Halloween 2014

Oct 27. 14

October 31 is here and soon we will find our neighborhoods filled with ghosts and goblins and other delightful characters out for the annual treat collecting event.

The Directors, Management, and Staff at Bulkley Valley Credit Union would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very safe and happy Hallowe’en.

Celebrating Credit Union Day!

Oct 15. 14

From the International Co-operative Alliance: Values and Principles
Co-operatives are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. In the tradition of their founders, co-operative members believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others. The co-operative principles are guidelines by which co-operatives put their values into practice.

Voluntary and Open Membership
Co-operatives are voluntary organizations, open to all persons able to use their services and willing to accept the responsibilities of membership, without gender, social, racial, political or religious discrimination.

Democratic Member Control
Co-operatives are democratic organizations controlled by their members, who actively participate in setting their policies and making decisions. Men and women serving as elected representatives are accountable to the membership. In primary co-operatives members have equal voting rights (one member, one vote) and co-operatives at other levels are also organized in a democratic manner.

Member Economic Participation
Members contribute equitably to, and democratically control, the capital of their co-operative. At least part of that capital is usually the common property of the co-operative. Members usually receive limited compensation, if any, on capital subscribed as a condition of membership. Members allocate surpluses for any or all of the following purposes: developing their co-operative, possibly by setting up reserves, part of which at least would be indivisible; benefiting members in proportion to their transactions with the co-operative; and supporting other activities approved by the membership.

Autonomy and Independence
Co-operatives are autonomous, self-help organizations controlled by their members. If they enter to agreements with other organizations, including governments, or raise capital from external sources, they do so on terms that ensure democratic control by their members and maintain their co-operative autonomy.

Education, Training and Information
Co-operatives provide education and training for their members, elected representatives, managers, and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their co-operatives. They inform the general public - particularly young people and opinion leaders - about the nature and benefits of co-operation.

Co-operation among Co-operatives
Co-operatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the co-operative movement by working together through local, national, regional and international structures.

Concern for Community
Co-operatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies approved by their members.

A Long Weekend is coming!

Aug 26. 14

The Directors, Management and Staff of Bulkley Valley Credit Union wish everyone a very happy and safe Labour Day weekend.
Branch hours are:
Regular hours on Friday, August 29
Closed Saturday, August 30
Closed Monday, September 1
Regular hours on Tuesday, September 2 to serve you.
In Canada, Labour Day was declared a national holiday honoring all workers over 100 years ago. The city of Winnipeg celebrated the first official Labour Day in Canada in 1894 with a two-mile-long parade. Today, Labour Day is often celebrated as an end of summer holiday, one of the last opportunities to head to the cabin and spend time with family and friends before the colder weather moves in.
On Tuesday September 2nd, the Bulkley Valley Credit Union offices will be open to serve you.

Autograph Signing on Location

Aug 13. 14

It's Celebrity Hockey and Golf Tournament weekend! This year there are four autograph sessions on Friday, August 14th in Smithers.


At 9:00 am, at Coast Mountain GM we have Bobby Orr, Joe Watson, Charlie Simmer, Brandon Manning, Sebastian Clovis, Todd Talbont, Stan Rey and Jim Cotter

At 10:00 am, at Hoskins Ford, we have Dan Hamhuis, Harold Snepsts, Jack Mclhargey, Dennis Kearns, Mark Lofthouse, Garret Stroshein and Kerry Fraser

At 11:00 am, Here at Bulkley Valley Credit Union in Smithers, we have Steve Darling, Kaitlyn Herbst, Chanel Beckenlehner, Angus Reid, Aaron Pritchett, Dave Faber, Seamus O'Neal and Jordan Pritchett

And finally at noon at Seabridge Gold (Bovill Square) - Steve Carlson, Jeff Carlson, Dave Hanson, Tessa Bonhomme, Rebecca Johnston, Jessica Campbell, Genevive Lacasse and Rachelle Brown.


Meet your favourite Celebrities at these locations!

Happy Birthday!!

Jun 27. 14


All BVCU branches will be closed on Tuesday, July 1st.

Every year on July 1st, we celebrate Canada Day. On that date in 1867, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada were united into a single country. This union was a result of the Constitution Act which granted Canada a great deal of independence from England. Over the course of a century, Canada gradually shed its dependence on the United Kingdom. It did not become fully independent until 1982, the same year that Canada Day became an official holiday.

Today, Canada Day is celebrated with fireworks, concerts, cookouts, and sports games. Canada's capital, Ottawa, Ontario, hosts the most holiday activities. There are countless events, activities, and festivals to be found throughout the city in the city streets, parks, and museums. Fireworks are launched from Parliament Hill to conclude a day of patriotic festivities.

The Bulkley Valley Credit Union wishes Canada a very happy birthday!



Jun 06. 14


Relay for Life 2014 arrives at the Chandler Park Field this Saturday, June 7th, from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm!

Opening Ceremonies are at 11:00, and there are activities planned for the entire day, with entertainment on the stage as well.

Stop by the BVCU tent and say hello!

FUNdraising Carwash and Barbeque!!!

May 23. 14


The Biology 11 Class from Houston Secondary is hosting a Barbeque and Carwash at the Bulkley Valley Credit Union parking lot - May 24th from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm.

Come and join the fun!

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    1) Bring the voucher into any one of our four branches and receive your payment in cash.
    2) Deposit the voucher through a BVCU ATM in New Hazelton, Smithers, Houston or Burns Lake. (ONLY a BVCU ATM)
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