CDIC maintains a constant state of readiness to protect depositors in the unlikely event of a failure. Think of us as firefighters – always at the ready!

Below is a list of the failures we have handled since our creation in 1967. Over the years, CDIC has protected over 2 million depositors and contributed to maintaining confidence in our financial system.

Did you or someone you know benefit from CDIC’s protection in a past failure? Please let us know, and you could have the opportunity to help us raise awareness of deposit protection!

Member Institution

1996 – Security Home Mortgage Corporation
1995 – NAL Mortgage Company
1995 – North American Trust Company
1995 – Income Trust Company
1994 – Monarch Trust Company
1994 – Confederation Trust Company
1993 – Prenor Trust Company of Canada
1993 – Dominion Trust Company
1992 – First City Mortgage Company
1992 – First City Trust Company
1992 – Central Guaranty Trust Company
1992 – Central Guaranty Mortgage Corporation
1992 – Shoppers Trust Company
1991 – Standard Trust Company
1991 – Standard Loan Company
1991 – Saskatchewan Trust Company
1991 – Bank of Credit and Commerce Canada
1990 – Settlers Savings and Mortgage Corporation
1988 – Financial Trust Company
1987 – Principal Savings & Trust Company
1987 – North West Trust Company
1986 – Columbia Trust Company
1986 – Bank of British Columbia Mortgage Corporation
1986 – Bank of British Columbia
1985 – Western Capital Trust Company
1985 – Pioneer Trust Company
1985 – Northland Bank
1985 – London Loan Limited
1985 – Continental Trust Company
1985 – Canadian Commercial Bank
1985 – CCB Mortgage Investment Corporation
1984 – Northguard Mortgage Corporation
1983 – Seaway Trust Company
1983 – Seaway Mortgage Corporation
1983 – Greymac Trust Company
1983 – Greymac Mortgage Corporation
1983 – Fidelity Trust Company
1983 – Crown Trust Company
1983 – AMIC Mortgage Investment Corporation
1982 – District Trust Company
1980 – Astra Trust Company
1972 – Security Trust Company Limited
1970 – Commonwealth Trust Company