ABCU Credit Union has been providing business and personal banking services to the Beaumont and Edmonton communities since 1938.
As a member-owned financial institution in this market, they make it their business to focus on what makes their members lives better – simpler. Their qualified team of educated and experienced professionals focus on you, your business and growing your wealth through clear communications, unique options and the accessibility you expect.
Some examples of these services include:
• Simply Better Business
• Simply Better Advice
• Simply Better Wealth
• And of course, making banking ‘Simply Better’ for you with the products, services and tools that you need.
As a community-based credit union, they are invested in the Queen Mary Park neighbourhood and proud of their legacy credit union history; their new brand respectfully honors three legacy credit unions (Beaumont, River City and University Hospitals).
ABCU can be found at 11715A 108 Ave NW.
November Safety Tips
WORKING SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS SAVE LIVES, ONE BEEP AT A TIME!
Although these alarms detect different things, there are similarities in maintaining them.
Replace batteries at least once a year; never remove the batteries or disable alarms.
Check for the “replace by date” as both alarms have a lifespan and need to be replaced once they have expired.
Follow all manufacturer specific installation and use instructions.
Dust each alarm regularly to help them receive the best signal.
Using interconnected alarms is always recommended so that everyone in the building has the best chance of early detection and escape.
November is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Month. As the temperatures start to drop and home heating begins, it is important to have a qualified technician inspect all gas appliances such as your furnace and fireplace to ensure that your home stays cozy and fire safe all winter. Install the alarms in a central location outside of each sleeping room as well as on every level of your home. Learn more at edmonton.ca/firesafety.
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