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a cooperative depository financial institution whose members can obtain loans from their combined savings

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This generous donation from L'Alliance des caisses populaires de l'Ontario substantially increases the student bursary fund while supporting the funding of new facilities that we are placing at our students' disposal," said Boreal president Denis Hubert-Dutrisac in a news release.
Dans ces provinces, les banques font face a une importante concurrence de la part des cooperatives de credit, dont, au Quebec, les caisses populaires du Mouvement Desjardins.
Federation des Caisses Desjardins du Quebec consists of 671 Caisses Populaires (akin to credit unions) across the province and a federated central organization consisting of 5.
These societies, the majority of which were credit cooperatives, tended to multiply at the moment when the caisses populaires Desjardins were taking off across Quebec.
Today, the country's 1,404 credit unions and affiliated caisses populaires have combined assets of more than $141 billion.
Pourra s'inscrire a titre de cabinet offrant, par l'entremise de ses representants, des produits et services financiers, toute personne morale ayant un etablissement au Quebec, y compris les institutions de depots comme les fiducies et les caisses populaires.
Ronald Rudin's study of the Caisses Populaires of Quebec from its founding in 1900 until 1945 illustrates the struggle for social change in Quebec.
Interac Association was founded in 1984 and is comprised of a diverse membership that includes banks, trust companies, credit unions, caisses populaires, merchants and technology and payment related companies.
To secure financial success of this unique arrangement, with support of the AfDB, the Government has agreed to guarantee it to the communities by borrowing the loan and investing it for development of the cashew value chain in the form of micro-credits through a financial intermediary, Rseau des Caisses Populaires du Burkina (RCPB).
Other winners included Jean-Marc Spencer who has lead the tremendous growth of Desjardins Caisses Populaires in Northern Ontario, the Sudbury Theatre Centre which as provided Sudbury with extraordinary artist leadership for 40 years now, and the Rotary Club of [dagger] Sudbury which as been looking after people and projects for more than 86 years.
Vers 1908, cherchant un moyen original et efficace pour faire la promotion des caisses populaires et des principes de la cooperation, Alphonse Desjardins confie au jeune abbe Philibert Grondin, professeur au College de Levis, le mandat de rediger un catechisme portant specifiquement sur ces elements.
S'interessant particulierement a la premiere edition de ce catechisme et aux messages qu'il vehicule, Paul Morency en fait l'objet de sa these de doctorat en linguistique, qu'il depose a l'Universite Laval en 1998 sous le titre : Le message cooperatif dans le Catechisme des caisses populaires Des jardins ; analyse semiotique d'un texte fondateur.
While acting as a volunteer or legal advisor in various caisses populaires (credit unions) and other Quebec cooperatives, he co-founded a francophone federation of savings and credit unions in 1962, grouping several caisses based and operating in the province of Quebec; until then they had been affiliated with the Credit Union League.
The survey found that independent business owners continue to favor the performance of credit unions, caisses populaires, trust companies and other small institutions, while the "Big Five" financial institutions again occupy the bottom five rankings.
Formed in 1984, Interac Association is a not-for-profit organization composed of 95 members, including banks, trust companies, credit unions, caisses populaires (the equivalent of a credit union), technology and payment related companies.
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