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    Nominations Are Now Open!

    There are three vacancies at the 2024 election. Three candidates will be elected for 3-year terms.

    The deadline to submit nominations is 4:00pm on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. 

    Request a Nomination Package from:

    or call 705-682-0641 ext. 4242

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    Be Part of Something Bigger

    When you chose to become a member of SCU, you chose to be part of something bigger. Banking with your local credit union means you’re keeping your dollars local – invested in the people, small businesses and community initiatives you care about. It also means you’re not just a customer or a client, you’re an owner with a say in how our credit union is run.

    Each year, members elect members to fill vacancies on our Board of Directors. Our Directors have a passion for our community and are dedicated to helping guide our credit union while representing the needs of our members as a whole.

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    Help Guide Our Credit Union

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    Represent the Needs of Our Members

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    Share Our Vision and Values

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    How Do Board Members Help?

    The Board of Directors plays an important role in the current and future success of our credit union.

    Board members are responsible for setting Sudbury Credit Union’s strategic direction and providing guidance to the management team. Their contributions ensure that the credit union maintains a strong corporate governance structure, while remaining focused on the financial needs of our members.


    Our Board of Directors guide us with a focus on our vision and our values.

    Our Vision: Committed to the well-being of our employees, our members and our community.

    Our Values: We are approachable; dependable; fair; ethical; professional; trustworthy... we are people helping people.


    Why Become a Board Member?

    David, Board Chair

    David Vares, Board Chairperson

    "The best investment you can make is in yourself and your family. The next logical investment is in your neighbourhood and your community. The Sudbury Credit Union Board provides both investment opportunities."

    Jamie, Director

    Jamie Conroy, Director

    "As a Director I’ve come to appreciate that I am but a small part of a tremendous team and organization, that being SCU. It’s the pride in knowing that my work as a Director helps our organization fulfill one of our primary goals; a better lifestyle for our members, employees, and the entire Sudbury community."

    Bette, Director

    Bette Choquette, Director

    "I initially saw the Director’s role as a new experience with learning opportunities. Now, in addition to meeting those expectations, I am proud to see the importance and respect given to our members, employees, and the community through Sudbury Credit Union’s actions and policies."

    Grace, Director

    Grace Navarro, Director

    "As a former employee, I enjoyed overseeing the financial health of our members. As a director now, I am grateful for the chance to bring my expertise and unique perspective to the table to continue to serve both our membership and community."


    Frequently Asked Questions

    Our Board looks for a broad range of business experience and knowledge, as well as clear alignment with our vision and values.

    More information can be found in our Board Nomination Package.

    Individuals wishing to be candidates for the Sudbury Credit Union Board of Directors must:

    • Be at least 18 years of age;

    • Be a Canadian citizen or a person lawfully admitted to Canada for permanent residency who is ordinarily resident in Canada;

    • Meet the director qualification requirements as outlined in Sudbury Credit Union Limited By-Law No. 1, and Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act.

    More information can be found in our Board Nomination Package.

    Directors are expected to:

    • Attend regular Board Meetings (10 per year);

    • Serve on a Board Committee (about 4 meetings per year);

    • Review meeting packages which include items such as financial statements, management reports and policy and procedures;

    • Undertake training and commit to continuous learning.

    We are recruiting for three open positions. Three positions shall be filled for a 3-year term.

    Director mentorship is provided to support and nurture a new director through orientation and training.

    Directors are elected by the members of the Credit Union. The results will be announced at the 2024 Annual General Meeting in April.

    In recognition of the time and commitment required by Directors, a modest remuneration is provided.

    Applications must be received no later than 4:00 pm on Tuesday, March 12, 2024.

    For more information, please contact us at or call 705-682-0641 ext. 4242.