Whiteboard illustration of a map of Canada with the words Postal Banking written across it

Postal Banking

A Bank for Everyone

Canada needs a postal bank. Thousands of rural towns and villages, and some Indigenous communities, don't have a bank – but many of them have a post office that could provide financial services. As well, nearly two million Canadians desperately need an alternative to payday lenders. A postal bank could be that alternative. Many postal systems around the world operate banks that provide inclusive access to banking, fund economic development and help increase revenue to preserve both our public postal service and jobs. We had a postal bank in Canada up until 1968. It's time to bring it back.

We invite you to explore postal banking through a series of videos, blogs and graphics that explain what it is, why we need it and how it could work for Canadians. Be sure to check CUPW's Facebook pageTwitter account, CPAA's Facebook page and Twitter account on a regular basis for new items to share with your friends and networks.

Postal Banking: Powering our Communities

Postal Banking: Powering our Communities

Canada Post and Banking Services

Canada Post and Banking Services

Postal Banking is a Gamechanger

Postal Banking is a Gamechanger

What are the big banks afraid of?

A Bank for Everyone!

A Bank for Everyone!

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