We must reflect on how we want to present ourselves to those around us. We must be aware of the balance and equality with all of life, including humans, plants and animals.

- The Sacred Teaching of Humility


Start investing with Me-Dian Credit Union and earn more than just interest.

Have peace of mind as your deposits are 100% guaranteed by The Deposit Guarantee Corp. of Manitoba (DGCM) providing unlimited protection. Let us help you reach your financial goals with a plan tailored for you. With competitive rates and professional advice our specialists can review what type of investment is right for you.

  • Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC)
  • Retirement Savings Plan (RSP)
  • Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)
  • Tax Free Savings (TFSA)
  • Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF)

Guaranteed Investment Certificates (GIC)

Me-Dian Credit Union offers a variety of GIC's, all which are non-registered. GIC, also known as Term Deposit, is an investment option that is simple and low risk.

Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)

When planning for your long-term retirement saving a RRSP is the best investment. A RRSP is a retirement savings plan designed for Canadians under the age of 71 that are employed and the self-employed. Pre-tax money is placed into an RRSP and grows tax free until withdrawn, which at this time would become taxable income. There are a variety of RRSP plans, contact one of our Investment Specialist today.

Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)

When planning for your children's or grandchild's future, a RESP is a great start. A RESP is a dedicated savings plan designated for your child's post-secondary education. Not only does it help you invest funds for your child's future education cost, but the government also puts money into the RESP as a grant or bond. Contact one of our Investment Specialists today to get started.

Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)

A RDSP is a savings plan that helps Canadians with disabilities and their families save for long-term financial needs, such as future medical and living costs. While RDSP contributions are not tax-deductible, income earned within the RDSP grows on a tax-deferred basis. When withdrawn, the funds are taxed as income. Contact one of our Investment Specialists today to get started.