Community News

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!

http://itools-ioutils.fcac-acfc.gc.ca/FLSAT-OAELF/star-comm-eng.aspx

Use the BVCU Budget Book found here https://www.bvcu.com/images/uploads/pdf/10959_2015_Budget_Ebook_p1.pdf to help you get started on creating your budget to plan for the future!

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In Our Community

  • Wildfire Evacuations

    As most people are aware, the wildfire situation in the Regional District of the Bulkley Nechako has reached the point of a state of local emergency. As fire situations can change very fast it is important we are all staying aware and are prepared for anything. Visit the RDBN website at www..rdbn.bc.ca for updated information. Continue reading for more information.

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  • Spirit of the North

    If you have noticed some extra musicians in the Valley there is a good reason for it! Spirit of the North, a classical music festival featuring international musicians, solo and chamber music, a symphony orchestra just to name a few has officially begun! For the full schedule and more information continue reading.

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  • Small Businesses and Wildfires

    As the wildfires in RDBN continue to grow it is important that everyone stay alert and prepared. For updates on the evacuation notices and orders please visit http://www.rdbn.bc.ca. This is a stressful time for everyone including small business owners. Continue reading for a link to a guide to help ensure you are prepared for what could happen next. Our thoughts go out to everyone effected by the wildfires.

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