Our Funders

UNI Bank

Purpose of the UNI Community


Since 1936, UNI has been operating under the name Caisse populaire acadienne ltée. With assets of $3.8 billion and annual donations and sponsorships totalling $2.3 million, UNI is the largest francophone financial institution serving Acadian communities.UNI, its 1,000 employees and 150,000 client owners firmly believe that one person’s prosperity should contribute to that of others. As a result, each day, the institution supports and finances projects that contribute to the well-being of New Brunswickers rather than shareholder profits elsewhere.To make this vision a reality, UNI established a citizen cooperative consisting of 12 local committees, 108 representatives, real agents of change, and a provincial youth committee. They are the ones who set our cooperative dis apart from other institutions each and every day.They are responsible for meeting the needs of communities and rallying those who create social, economic, environmental and cultural value for the exclusive benefit of New Brunswick’s citizens and business communities.







ACOA

Their Role




Building a Stronger Economy - Together

The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency works to create opportunities for economic growth in Atlantic Canada by helping businesses become more competitive, innovative and productive, by working with diverse communities to develop and diversify local economies, and by championing the strengths of Atlantic Canada. Together, with Atlantic Canadians, we are building a stronger economy.

Meeting Changing Needs

Continuous improvement is a never-ending task. Over the years, people have come and gone, programs and processes have changed, but our commitment to building a strong and innovative Atlantic economy remains constant.










Regional Development Corporation and Agriculture, Aquaculture, and Fisheries

Government of NB