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About the caisse

A financial cooperative with deep roots in the community, Caisse populaire Rideau-Vision d'Ottawa has 20,000 members. Each caisse member is also a co-owner of the caisse. Find out more about caisse operations.

Let's work together because we can each make a difference and be recognized by members and clients for providing an excellent experience. Let's be proud of our cooperative and our close relationship and commitment to members and clients, always acting in their best interest.


To be the preferred financial institution of its market by being a well-performing, proactive and professional cooperator.


  • Equity
  • Honesty
  • Professionalism
  • Confidentiality
  • Social responsibility
  • Solidarity

The new Caisse populaire Rideau-Vision d'Ottawa was officially incorporated on January 1, 2013. Members of Caisse populaire Rideau d'Ottawa and Caisse populaire Vision Inc. voted 100% in favour of the consolidation project. It manages a business volume of over $1.2 billion and serves nearly 20,000 members, who have access to its services at 5 service centres.


Caisse populaire Rideau d'Ottawa's story began in May 1910 with the founding of Caisse populaire Ste-Famille. In March 1912 and April 1913, caisses populaires Ste-Anne d'Ottawa and Notre-Dame d'Ottawa, respectively, came into being. Lastly, the Notre-Dame d'Ottawa and Ste-Anne-Laurier caisses merged to become Caisse populaire Rideau d'Ottawa on May 1, 2003. Caisse populaire Vision Inc.'s history began in March 1941, and Caisse populaire St-Charles and Caisse populaire Ste-Geneviève merged in December 2002 to become Caisse populaire Vision Inc. In May 2004, Caisse populaire Vision undertook a second merger, this time with Caisse populaire Héritage d'Ottawa-Ouest.