Brendan Reimer

Brendan is Assiniboine’s Strategic Partner of Values-Based Banking. As the former Manitoba Regional Director at the Canadian CED Network, member of the Social Enterprise Council of Canada, former board member at LITE and former member of ACU’s Board of Directors, Brendan is a passionate educator and organizer dedicated to creating inclusive, fairer, and more sustainable economies and communities.
ACU and B corp

ACU and B Corp — We’re in good company!

Update from ACU, July 2021 ACU has been named a Best For The World B Corp in the categories of Governance and Customers, who are the member-owners of the credit…

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Urban Training circle

Urban Circle Training Centre: The wellness of one is the wellness of all.

In 1990, a small group of women from Winnipeg’s North End were volunteering at a secondhand clothing outlet and wanted to get training that would lead to full-time employment. Together…

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Diversity Foods Values

Diversity Foods Provides Values-Driven Food Services

Would you have guessed that the most progressive, values-driven food service initiative in Canada is serving up change right here in Winnipeg? Assiniboine member Diversity Foods, and the brainchild of two…

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4 ways to save on everyday purchases while socially distancing

5 ways to save on everyday purchases

The cost of living is rising across Canada, partially fuelled by pandemic-related inflation. As we move further away from the pandemic, prices are finally slowing down. It never hurts to…

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Karen DiQuinzio

ACU Employee Spotlight: Getting to know Karen Di Quinzio, Director of Wealth

With over 25 years of industry experience, Karen Di Quinzio is the Director of Wealth Management at ACU. Her role includes leadership, strategy, coaching and training, hiring, compliance and registrations,…

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TFSA Basics: How does a TFSA work
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Finance basics: How does a TFSA work?

Ever since its introduction in 2009, the Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) has been a hit with Canadians. Yet, despite its widespread popularity, there still seems to be some confusion about…

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