As of November, Casera and other private businesses and non-profit organizations in the province will need to comply with the Accessibility for Manitobans Act. Two hundred thousand Manitobans face accessibility barriers in their daily lives and the provincial law sets standards for the identification, prevention and removal of these obstacles so that these citizens can participate fully in their communities.
While barrier-free buildings are important, providing accessible customer service is just as critical. At Casera, we understand that our members have a variety of needs and we have always worked hard at fulfilling them. We promise personal service in our day-to-day interactions with members and commit to building meaningful relationships by beginning each encounter with a simple greeting: May I help you?
Casera was founded in 1951 on the principle of accessibility to loans and mortgages, which were difficult for young families to acquire in post-war Manitoba. A lot has changed over the years but our commitment to helping members overcome barriers and be included remains.
Chief Executive Office