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Help guide Victoria’s future: Take the 2024 Vital Signs survey (Victoria News )
2024 Victoria’s Vital Signs survey, sponsored by Coast Capital, is now open to for respondents to grade 12 aspects of the community, hoping to identify solutions for the Victoria region to help future generations.
April 22, 2024
Coast Capital dangles online course subscription carrots (Strategy Online)
Strategy Online features Coast Capital’s latest campaign for the new Elevate Chequing Account, which comes with a Coursera subscription.
April 10, 2024
Coast Capital Elevates Your Savings To Help Canadians Build Their Financial Strength (PR in Canada)
PR in Canada spotlights Coast Capital’s new campaign promoting the Elevate Chequing Account, designed to help unlock financial opportunities for people in Canada.
April 10, 2024
Coast Capital introduces first-of-its-kind account that aims to help people earn more (Richmond Sentinel)
Coast Capital has launched its new Elevate Chequing Account and an Angus Reid survey which found that 72% of Canadians do not believe that better budgeting or increased savings alone would improve their financial situation.
April 10, 2024
How Coast Capital wants to help customers not just save more, but make more (Campaign Canada)
Campaign Canada highlights Coast Capital's campaign for the new Elevate Chequing Account.
April 8, 2024
With most Canadians avoiding their finances, here's how to break the cycle of financial shame (Yahoo Finance Canada)
Recent study from Coast Capital shows more than one-third (36 per cent) of Canadians are stuck in a cycle of financial shame. Xin Lou, wealth planner at Coast Capital Investment Management shares tips for breaking the cycle of financial shame.
April 8, 2024
Need funding for a Surrey project? $50K in community grants available in April (Surrey Now Leader)
SurreyCares Community Foundation is giving away more than $50,000 in community grants this spring, thanks to the generous donation from Coast Capital, Surrey Youth and CIBC Wood Gundy.
March 27, 2024
Tech-savvy fraudsters target B.C. with fake texts, phony government website (CTV News Vancouver)
Text scams that direct potential victims to an exact replica of a government website have been targeting people in BC. Coast Capital Savings Vice President of Cybersecurity, Stephen Pedersen, said it is important for people to help their friends, neighbors, and loved ones figure out how to recognize online scams.
March 26, 2024
Greater Westside Board of Trade honours top businesses, people from 2023 (Castanet)
Coast Capital was the title sponsor of the Greater Westside Board of Trade's 22nd annual Key Business Awards Gala. The gala honored the best and brightest businesses in West Kelowna and Westbank First Nation.
March 11, 2024
Overcoming financial shame | The Social (The Social CTV)
Coast Capital’s partner Chantel Chapman, co-founder of The Trauma of Money, referenced Coast Capital’s study during a segment on financial shame, sharing that the study found that 63% of Canadians take some measure to avoid their finances.
March 5, 2024
Sandra Richardson: Empowering social profit sector workers to reach their full potential (Times Colonist)
Victoria Foundation, in partnership with Coast Capital, held a film screening on March 7 of the visionary film UnCharitable, which delves into the topic of the way people perceive the values of the social profit sector and the support it needs to thrive.
February 25, 2024
Shame: It's how many of us feel about our finances (Kelowna Now)
Coast Capital’s recent study found that 36% of Canadians feel shame about their financial situation. Aimee Chow, director of retail and investments for Coast Capital, discusses how financial shame is holding us back.
January 23, 2024
CTV Vancouver Morning Live - January 19 (starting from 56:04) (CTV News Vancouver)
Coast Capital’s recent study found that a third of Canadians feel financial shame. However, a new social media trend called “Loud Budgeting” is now encouraging people to actively discuss budgeting, reject the flex culture, and normalize conversations related to budgeting.
January 19, 2024
Coast Capital donates $25K to Food Bank Society (Richmond Sentinel)
At the end of 2023, Coast Capital made a generous $25,000 donation to the Richmond Food Bank Society. Tara Walter, Manager of Social Purpose Ecosystem at Coast Capital, says the investments into food banks is a heartfelt response to the overwhelming demand non-profit organizations and food banks are seeing.
January 19, 2024
Keeping your debt woes a secret can harm your health. How reaching out to loved ones can help (Toronto Star)
Coast Capital's recent study shows that three-in-four Canadians think about their financial situation more than they speak about it, and it's affecting their relationship with friends and peers.
January 1, 2024