New Support Team
Our new Business Services Support Team is available Mon – Sat to assist our Business Members’ service needs. Call us at 204-925-4525.
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New Branch Hours
Starting Monday June 17, Cambrian branches will be opening 30 mins earlier on Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri.
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New envelope-less Cambrian ATMs
Our new ATMs no longer require envelopes for cash or cheque deposits. To learn more, click the link below!
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Frequently
Asked Questions

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What is the mortgage maturity date?

A mortgage matures at the end of the mortgage term. Our mortgage terms range from 6 months to 5 years.


The mortgage maturity date is not the date that the mortgage is paid in full.

The amortization period is the time that it will take to pay off your mortgage in full. Typically, this ranges from 20-30 years.


To view mortgage details:

1. login to Online Banking

2. Click on the Mortgage you are looking for

3. Click “Account Details” at the top of the page

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4. Your account details will display


Your mortgage maturity date is also shown on your mortgage document and your monthly statement.


A mortgage matures at the end of the mortgage term. Our mortgage terms range from 6 months to 5 years. Your mortgage term is indicated on your mortgage document.


The mortgage maturity date is not the date that the mortgage is paid in full.

The amortization period is the time that it will take to pay off your mortgage in full. Typically, this ranges from 20-30 years.


Your mortgage maturity date is also shown on your monthly statement. To view your statement:


  1. Login to the Mobile App
  2. Click "More"
  3. Click "Statements"
  4. Select a date
  5. Your mortgage maturity date will be displayed in the "Loan Payment Details" section of your statement.

A mortgage matures at the end of the mortgage term. Our mortgage terms range from 6 months to 5 years. Your mortgage term is indicated on your mortgage document.


The mortgage maturity date is not the date that the mortgage is paid in full.

The amortization period is the time that it will take to pay off your mortgage in full. Typically, this ranges from 20-30 years.


The mortgage maturity date is shown on your monthly Cambrian statement.