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Business /  • November 8, 2017
Changing of the Guard

Change is the constant we can count on. Just like the credit union system, Enterprise continues to evolve. In the past three years alone, we’ve moved online – including an archive of our 76-year history of the publication – and be...

Banking / Human Interest /  • October 2, 2017
BC wildfires force closure of credit union branches

Williams Lake & District Credit Union (14,000 members and $250 million in assets) was forced to close its 100 Mile House and Williams Lake branches this past July due to wildfires in British Columbia’s Cariboo-Chilcotin Region.  ...

Banking / Economics /  • September 21, 2017
Interest rate hike affects variable rate mortgages

The Bank of Canada raised its key interest rate to 0.75 percent, up one-quarter of a percentage point from 0.50 percent — the first increase in seven years — initially affecting variable-rate mortgages and lines of credit. In re...

Community Development / Human Interest /  • September 15, 2017
Gender equality is the key to fighting hunger

In northern Ghana in West Africa, farmers are highly vulnerable to the vagaries of climate, such as drought and flooding. Such extreme events create hunger gaps — periods when families, especially children and women, go without. [caption id="at...

Business /  • September 11, 2017
Desjardins mulls energy pipeline divestment

Citing environmental concerns, Desjardins Group (seven million members, $258 billion in assets) temporarily suspended lending for energy pipeline projects this past July and will announce in September whether to make the decision permanent,...

Leadership /  • September 5, 2017
Don Wright takes cabinet position in new NDP government

Don Wright is British Columbia’s new deputy minister of executive council, cabinet secretary, and head of the public service under a New Democratic Party minority government, after stepping down from Central 1 Credit Union as its CEO and president....

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