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February 2023 Statements Now Available - Mar 10, 2023

Please be advised that the February 2023 statements are now available to download via Online Banking.

RSP Receipts Now Available - Mar 08, 2023

Please be advised that RSP Receipts are now avaiable to download via Online Banking.

Tax Receipts Now Available - Feb 24, 2023

Please be advised that T4RIF, T4RSP, and T5 tax receipts are now available for download via Online Banking.

January 2023 Statements Now Available

Please be advised that the January 2023 statements are now available to download via Online Banking.

Creekbank Branch

We are pleased to announce that in-branch banking returns to our Creekbank Branch every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning November 01, 2022.

Board of Directors of Comtech Fire Credit Union Limited New Board Member Appointment

TORONTO, Monday January 10 2022: Comtech Fire is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Scott Marks to our Board of Directors. As a member of our board, Mr. Marks will assist in representing our membership and ensuring the successful direction of Comtech Fire Credit Union.

Having served as a Toronto Fire Fighter for 29 years, Mr. Marks retired in 2010 at the rank of Captain/Acting District Chief. During his career in the fire service, he was active in his union and served from 2002 to 2010 as President of Canada’s largest local fire fighter union, the 3,000-member Toronto Professional Fire Fighters Association, IAFF Local 3888. During his tenure as President his team negotiated and resolved important outstanding issues left from the amalgamation of the City of Toronto including, retiree health benefits, shift schedules and promotional issues.

In 2010, Mr. Marks was appointed by International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) General President Harold Schaitberger to oversee its Canadian Operations. Working out of the IAFF Canadian Office in Ottawa, he was responsible for directing IAFF staff, the Canadian Legislative Program, Canadian Policy Conference and other initiatives to ensure the needs of the IAFF’s 27,000 Canadian members were met at every level. Under Mr. Marks the IAFF welcomed Montreal Fire Fighters back into the IAFF in 2017 and its Canadian Office now rolls out service in both of Canada’s official languages.

Mr. Marks retired from IAFF in September 2021 and presently serves on the Board of Directors of Muscular Dystrophy Canada. In addition, he also serves on the Sponsors Corporation Board of OMERS, representing the retirees.

"We are delighted to welcome Mr. Marks to Comtech Fire Credit Union’s Board of Directors,” said Comtech Fire Chair of the Board, Michael Neely. “His extensive management experience and board expertise are an asset to our organization and will ensure we continue to deliver on our mandate. With his contribution and insights, our members can feel confident they are being well represented by their board and the individuals who take on the important tole of ensuring their financial interests come first.”

About Comtech Fire Credit Union Limited

Comtech Fire has served it members for over 80 years and maintains over $500M in Assets Under Management in serving over 12,000 members across Ontario including Bell Canada employees, Firefighters, Kingston Federal employees and members of our local communities across Ontario. Our Credit Union is committed to providing members with financial advice and products in a personalized relationship driven environment. We are small enough to know our members by name and large enough to provide the financial resources comparable to larger financial institutions.

Exchange Network Update

Comtech Fire members have access to over 43,000 surcharge-free ATMs in North America with THE EXCHANGE Network in Canada and the Allpoint Network in the US.

Recently, there were changes made to the deployment of ATMs in certain Mac’s Milk, Circle K and Couche Tard locations. For your nearest Exchange Network ATM location, download the Exchange Network app. Or visit:

CRA Direct Payments Now Available on Member Direct Online Banking

Receiving money from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has never been easier. Whether you’re due for a relief payment like the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB), or the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) or are waiting on your tax refund, you can set up direct deposit with the CRA to get your money faster.
Simply log in to your Member Direct Online Banking, go to "Account Services", and select "Set Up CRA Direct Deposit" from the menu.