Investor Resources and FAQs
Stewards Canada Resources
NEW Investor Services brochure to read online or print: Investor Services brochure
Bond investment information: Offering Memorandum
RRSP application: RRSP application
RRIF application: RRIF application
TFSA application: TFSA application
RRSP Transfer form: RRSP Transfer form
RRIF Transfer form: RRIF Transfer form
TFSA Transfer form: TFSA Transfer form
RRSP, RRIF & TFSA Beneficiary form: Beneficiary form
Please note these forms are Fillable & Printable pdfs
Information on RRSPs and RRIFs provided by Canada Revenue Agency
How can I invest in Stewards Canada bonds?
If you are interested in investing in Stewards Canada bond, please contact us. See the information on the Contact page.
What is the interest rate that you will pay me if I invest in Stewards Canada Demand Variable Rate Bonds?
The current rate is 3.25% per annum paid semi-annually. This rate is periodically reviewed by the Stewards Canada Board of Directors to ensure that it is competitive with financial market conditions. You have a choice of receiving an interest cheque semi-annually (July and December) or of leaving the interest earned to compound. You are asked to choose between these two methods.
What if I need money from my bonds? Must I wait to receive it?
How secure will my investment be?
Your investment is backed by first mortgages on church properties across Canada. Mortgages are issued only when all the Stewards Canada stringent investment criteria are met. In its history, Stewards Canada has never lost money on any of its mortgages.
Have you ever missed an interest payment?
How can I invest in a Stewards Canada RRSP?
Review the information on the Home Page of this website. If you are still interested, complete the RRSP application and the Beneficiary form and send it along with your cheque to the address on the Contact page.
How can I invest in a Stewards Canada RRIF?
Review the information on the Home Page of this website. If you are still interested, complete the RRIF application and the Beneficiary form and send it along with your cheque to the address on the Contact page.