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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. 

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