Coast Capital Savings holiday poll hosted on the Angus Reid Forum reveals that 85% of British Columbians surveyed feel it’s important to have a holiday spending budget, with notably only 16% indicating they will set an exact budget.
Richmond teen, Caleb Wu, has been going to BC Children’s Hospital since he was young. He has started an initiative Project lightbox, to help children who have to spend time in a ultra-violet light box for various treatments.
$1.9 million has been received in federal funding from Western Economic Diversification Canada to support the Coast Capital’s SFU Venture Connection which helps student entrepreneurs solve industry challenges in health, sustainability, and creative technologies.
A Grade 12 student at the Coquitlam Alternative Basic Education School, was awarded the Standing Tall scholarship valued at $3,500 from Coast Capital Savings to put towards her tuition to attend Emily Carr in the fall.
Coast Capital Savings is the first Canadian credit union to integrate robotic process automation (RPA) in the workplace to give employees a break from repetitive tasks. RPA not only gave employees a break but saved money too.