In the news

  • August 19, 2019 – Congratulations to our 2019 Youth Leadership Award Recipients (PDF - 255.02 KB)

    Our Youth Leadership Award recognizes member youth across the province for their leadership, community involvement and co-operative spirit. Check out our 2019 award recipients here.

  • July 25, 2019 - Investing in Saskatchewan's entrepreneurial ecosystem (PDF - 371.20 KB)

    We’re fueling Saskatchewan’s startup community through our Conexus Venture Capital Fund – a $30 million fund that provides capital to local startups to help them scale their companies. Learn more here.
  • June 27, 2019 – Conexus’ North Albert Branch leading way in solar energy (PDF - 991.50 KB)

    We’re excited to announce our partnership with Wascana Solar Co-operative to install 115 solar panels on the roof of our North Albert Branch in Regina. This first-of-a-kind partnership will make this Conexus Branch the greenest financial institution in Saskatchewan. Learn more here.
  • June 24, 2019 – Ag meet innovation: 24-Hour Startup AgTech event at Farm Progress Show a huge success (PDF - 490.93 KB)

    Cultivator powered by Conexus (Canada’s first credit union led business incubator) partnered with Canada’s Farm Progress Show on June 19 & 20 to host the first ever 24-Hour Startup AgTech event, bringing together agri-business and technology innovators to solve real problems facing the Ag industry. Learn more about the event including what ideas were pitched, the winners and more here.
  • June 3, 2019 - Changes to Conexus' Service Delivery (PDF - 249.63 KB)

    On Friday, May 31, 2019, Conexus advised its members of its decision to close nine branches across the province, effective end of business day October 2, 2019. Learn more about this decision and communications here.
  • May 13, 2019 - Conexus Awarded 2019 Governor General’s Award for Sweet Dreams Project (PDF - 190.43 KB)

    Conexus Credit Union is honoured to announce its been selected to receive the 2019 Governor General's Innovation Award for establishing Canada's first Social Impact Bond for its Sweet Dreams Project. Learn more about the award and details of the Sweet Dreams project here.
  • April 17, 2019 – Your success is our success; Conexus’ 2018 performance results (PDF - 198.07 KB)

    In 2018, we continued to build a credit union of the future through financial literacy education, cultivating entrepreneurship, community investment and evolving member experience. Read all about our 2018 performance results and highlights here.
  • March 20, 2019 – Protecting your personal information (PDF - 338.80 KB)

    March is Fraud Prevention Month and we’re providing tips and advice on how you can keep your personal information, personal.
  • February 1 - Cultivating Saskatchewan's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem (PDF - 362.65 KB)

    Conexus Credit Union is proud to announce the launch of its business incubator brand, Cultivator. This will be Regina’s first, and Canada’s first credit union led, business incubator, helping local startups to launch, grow and scale their company right here in Saskatchewan.
  • November 6 – Helping improve financial literacy in Saskatchewan (PDF - 338.46 KB)

    November is Financial Literacy Month and Conexus is celebrating by helping you improving your financial knowledge through a series of financial literacy initiatives. Learn more about financial literacy at Conexus and how you can get involved.
  • August 23 – Building a community for the future (PDF - 5.01 MB)

    On August 22, 2018, we unveiled the design of our new head office at College Avenue Campus in Regina. Learn more about the design and the Conexus Building Communities project here.
  • August 15 - EncoreFX partners with Conexus (PDF - 427.26 KB)

    REGINA, August 15th, 2018 - EncoreFX (, a leading provider of foreign exchange, global payments, and risk management products for corporations, announced today that it has partnered with Conexus Credit Union to offer foreign exchange risk management services to Conexus’ business members.

  • August 14 - Central 1 Launches Canada’s First Authenticated Voice Banking Service (14 - 425.66 KB)

    Vancouver, BC – August 14, 2018 – Canada’s first-ever authenticated voice banking service using Amazon Alexa, launches from creator Central 1 today. Central 1 clients - Innovation Credit Union and Conexus Credit Union - are piloting the technology that allows customers to use their voice to command actions for their bank accounts, as if Amazon Alexa were a customer service representative. In addition to being cutting-edge, the technology is revolutionary for those who may be either visually impaired, unable to leave their homes or use keyboards or smartphones to conduct their banking. 

  • April 19 - Conexus' 2017 success driven by member's financial well-being (PDF - 342.97 KB)

    Highlights of Conexus' 2017 Annual Report and successes driven by our member's financial well-being.
  • March 28 - Conexus Credit Union Donates to New Beginnings Campaign (PDF - 205.58 KB)

    We’re excited today to announce our donation of $100,000 to the new Saskatchewan Hospital currently under construction in North Battleford.  As the only psychiatric rehabilitation hospital in the province, the new building will replace the original facility built more than a century ago and long past its prime.  

    Our donation, through the Community Investment Program, is an expression of our long-standing commitment to improving the well-being of our members and our communities.  The impact this new facility will make will be immeasurable as it improves the quality of life and well-being of our families, friends and neighbors who are dealing with mental illness now and for future generations. #InvestedInYou
  • September 15 - Protecting Yourself from Scammers: Text Message Phishing Scam (PDF - 83.78 KB)

    Over the last few weeks, Conexus has become aware of several text message phishing scams being sent out to people across Saskatchewan. The message is being sent to both members and non-members and requests the individual click on the link to update their information.

    These messages are a phishing attempt to obtain member information. Conexus does not send text messages with a link to update information or re-activate an account.  If you receive this message, delete immediately.
  • April 27 - Conexus Proud of Strong Performance in 2016 (PDF - 218.39 KB)

    Regina, SK - April 27, 2017 -- With a growing membership of 123,000 and over $7.39 billion in total funds managed, Conexus Credit Union was proud to celebrate another year of increasing membership and delivering solid performance at Conexus Credit Union’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, April 26 in Regina.

    Glenn Hepp, outgoing Board Chair congratulated the members and the staff for their roles that attributed to the strong performance, saying “our members have shown their confidence in Conexus and with their continued support and trust, we, can not only concentrate on their financial well-being, but also their families and their communities in which they live.”

  • December 20 - Conexus first to offer Apple Watch® banking ease using Central 1 Credit Union’s mobile banking (PDF - 261.93 KB)

    VANCOUVER,  December 20, 2016—Conexus Credit Union has become the first credit union in Canada to offer its mobile banking users an Apple Watch® app using the award-winning mobile app developed by Central 1 Credit Union (Central 1).

    The Apple Watch app provides iOS users with a more convenient and engaging banking experience. It provides greater choice and flexibility on how they manage their money while on the move.
  • December 12 - University’s partnership with Conexus moving to next phase (PDF - 249.05 KB)

    Wascana Centre Authority (WCA) announced today that it has given the green light to the University of Regina and Conexus Credit Union to move into a design phase for the new building proposed at the University’s College Avenue campus (CAC).

    “We are excited to have such a community-oriented partner in Conexus to help us renew the College Avenue campus for the thousands of children, adults and seniors who benefit from its programming each year,” said Dr. Vianne Timmons, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Regina. “Today’s announcement is another step toward delivering on our promise to revitalize our historic campus by enhancing educational programming, preserving heritage properties, and promoting arts and culture.”

  • November 22 - Ground-breaking Social Finance Pilot Assists Unemployed Canadians (PDF - 100.22 KB)

    November 22, 2016 - Canada has achieved an important milestone in its commitment to social financing for public good. The Government of Canada, private investors, and colleges and institutes are pushing the boundaries of social innovation and impact investing by implementing the first social finance project of its kind in Canada.

    As the key project intermediary, Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) is leveraging the principles of social finance through social impact bonds (SIB) to raise upfront capital from private investors who are looking to support societal good while receiving a financial return.

    With capital raised from three investors – Conexus Credit Union, the Catherine Donnelly Foundation, and Dave and Pamela Richardson and Family, the Essential Skills Social Finance (ESSF) project is now moving forward with the delivery of essential-skills training to improve the skills levels of unemployed adult Canadians.

  • October 4 - Central 1 launches first fully integrated Open Anywhere™ online and mobile account opening with Conexus Credit Union (PDF - 22.18 KB)

    VANCOUVER, October 4, 2016 — Credit unions across Canada now have more options to streamline their member onboarding, and Canadians have more choice than ever to bank how and when they want. Open Anywhere™, developed by Central 1 Credit Union (Central 1), enables prospective credit union members to open and fund new accounts online in minutes, using their mobile, tablet or desktop devices.

    This week Conexus, Saskatchewan’s largest credit union, is the first to launch the enhanced Open Anywhere™ product. The new Open Anywhere™ includes full core banking system integration for a streamlined back-end workflow, digital signature capture, real-time account funding via Interac® e-Transfer, compliance with the latest regulatory changes, and more.
  • August 25 - Better than a bank: Credit unions lead Canadian financial institutions (PDF - 198.27 KB)

    TORONTO, ON (August 25, 2016): The Canadian Credit Union Association (CCUA) is pleased to announce that Canadians have ranked credit unions first in overall Customer Service Excellence and Branch Service Excellence for the 12th consecutive year – among all financial institutions, according to the annual 2016 Ipsos® Best Banking Awards program.

    Credit unions were also awarded sole honours for Values My Business and Live Agent Telephone Banking Excellence.

  • June 28 - Saskatchewan’s two largest Credit Unions launch unique new Mobile Pay for Android™ (PDF - 116.63 KB)

    Regina, SK (June 28, 2016) – Saskatchewan's two largest Credit Unions have now launched an industry-leading technology for their members.

    Conexus and Affinity Credit Unions have collaborated with two other major Canadian Credit Unions on the development of another innovative new Canadian-made financial tool for their members.

  • June 8 - University announces proposed new partnership to renew College Avenue Campus (PDF - 104.36 KB)

    The University announced a proposed new partnership today with Conexus Credit Union that may contribute up to $8.25 million to the College Avenue Campus Renewal Project as well as result in millions of dollars in cost avoidance for revitalizing the University’s historic campus.

    “I’m very excited by the proposal submitted by Conexus Credit Union,” said University of Regina President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Vianne Timmons. “As a member-based cooperative, Conexus has deep roots in Saskatchewan and is a natural partner for the University of Regina. Conexus shares our community values and understands the historic, educational and cultural importance of saving College Avenue Campus.”