Every First Nation family has the opportunity to have a home on their own land in a strong community.
L’Alliance des caisses populaires de l’Ontario
Caisse populaire de Hearst Limitée
Founded in 1944 by the Citizens of Hearst, the Caisse populaire de Hearst has provided financial services for the past sixty-nine years to people from surrounding communities. Having a service centre in the Greenstone area, specifically Longlac, the Caisse provides services that extend into the Thunder Bay area.
Caisse populaire de Hearst has assets of more than $262 million, with 8,530 members and 45 employees, allowing it to offer quality services.
“The Caisse populaire de Hearst Limitée wishes to extend its services to the First Nations Market Housing Fund in order to maintain its commitment to cooperation. More specifically, the Caisse wants to facilitate the acquisition of residential properties by helping to make good housing a reality for First Nations people in the region of Hearst and the district of Thunder Bay.”
— Robert Verreault, Chief Executive Director Caisse populaire de Hearst (May 2013)
Chief Executive Director
Caisse populaire de Hearst limitée