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About RCU Credit Union

Since 1962, we have been one of the trusted financial partners in the Toronto Lithuanian community. RCU was founded to service Lithuanians who had immigrated to Canada and were parishioners of the Resurrection Parish.  

As of December 31, 2022, assets were $169.3 million and membership was 2748.

Our Members Come First

At RCU, you are a valued member, not just an account number. You receive our best value, our best rate, and our best service. We give back to our membership with lower rates on mortgages, loans and lines of credit and higher rates of return on investments. We are a member-owned institution, governed by a board of directors, so you have a vote and an equal say in how RCU is run. We do not answer to external investors because we have none. Be assured that your best interest is our top priority. Our goal is to maintain a high level of member satisfaction and innovative solutions to meet your needs. 

Giving Back to the Community

As a financial cooperative, values drive us forward. The people we employ and the people we serve are the heartbeat that keeps us moving. RCU has been helping members reach their dreams and goals for over fifty years. Through donations, support of our various ethnic and community organizations, and hosting community events, we are here for you.

Full Line of Services

We provide personalized service for everyone, taking the time to understand your unique financial needs and helping you find solutions to reach your goals. With 2 branches in Southern Ontario, an ATM at our main branch, access to one of the largest ATM networks across Canada, mobile and online banking, and a member service department that can’t be beat, you have the secure flexibility to do your banking anytime, anywhere. 


​From Our History​

"Our first physical premise was located at 999 College St. which was a regular single family house owned by the Franciscans. We took over the main floor and the living room became the client reception area. We built a counter between the living room and the dining room and this became the main office.  In the kitchen, we moved in the safe.  All of the labour was supplied by volunteers and we borrowed from the Franciscans to pay for the materials. We opened our doors to the public on September 29, 1962."

Liudas V. Matukas,​Board Chair of Resurrection Credit Union from 2002 to 2005