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Legal & Policies

A good relationship is based on trust

At Churchbridge Credit Union we are committed to ensuring our members' information is safe, secure, and confidential. Take some time to review our policies and legal information below.


Deposits held in all Saskatchewan Credit Unions are fully guaranteed through the Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation(CUDGC). There is no limit to the size of deposit covered by the guarantee.  Whether $100 or $1,000,000 all deposits are fully guaranteed.  The Corporation’s system of deposit protection ensures that even the largest deposits are safe.  This is achieved through a combination of:

  • preventive approaches
  • strong levels of credit union capital
  • independent, in-system regulators who work closely with credit unions to ensure we operate soundly and prudently

In the history of the CUDGC:

  • No one has ever lost funds deposited in a Saskatchewan Credit Union
  • No Saskatchewan Credit Union has ever had to rely on the government for financial assistance or bailouts

That is a history Churchbridge Credit Union is very proud to be a part of.  For more information, please visit CUDGC website.  

The Electronic Service Agreement contains the terms that apply to your access and use of our electronic services including Online Banking and Mobile Banking. Please carefully read this entire Agreement before you use the Services. Each time you access or use the Services, you confirm your acceptance of the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement. View our electronic service agreement.  

Churchbridge Credit Union and our employees have always been committed to delivering high quality service to our members. The Market Code identifies the market practice standards and how we subscribe to those standards. It speaks to the way Churchbridge Credit Union and our employees conduct ourselves and how we treat existing and potential members to maintain trust, while living out our co-operative values. View the Market Code.

Churchbridge Credit Union's Board of Directors has adopted the Credit Union Code for the Protection of Personal Information. We have policies and procedures in place to protect your privacy and your right to control the collection, use, and disclosure of your personal information. For more information please review the following:

Privacy Policy
Privacy Brochure
What you need to know about protecting your privacy

The Privacy Officer is your point of contact if you wish to raise any matters regarding the use of your personal information. The Privacy Officer is responsible for monitoring information collection and data security, and ensures that credit union employees receive appropriate training on privacy issues and their responsibilities under the Code. The Privacy Officer also handles all privacy inquiries and personal information access requests under the Code.

The Privacy Officer for Churchbridge Credit Union is Brenda Yanke.  Her contact information is below:

Brenda Yanke
Box 260
Churchbridge, SK  S0A 0M0
​(306) 896-1723 

Churchbridge Credit Union has a designated Compliance Officer who is responsible for handling member complaints.  Complaints that the credit union is unable to resolve satisfactorily can be escalated to the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments (OSBI).  

The following agreements layout the terms and conditions of operating an account and your debit card at Churchbridge Credit Union.    It contains important information regarding your and Churchbridge Credit Union's responsibilities.


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