The best 1-year non-registered GIC rates
better choices made
to Canada’s top financial institutions
The best overall GICs in Canada
Natasha Macmillan, Business Unit Director - Everyday Banking
A GIC is a low-risk investment option where you deposit a specific amount of money for a fixed term at a predetermined interest rate. 1 year non-registered GICs are widely available through various financial institutions. They are straightforward investment products, making them easily accessible for individuals looking for a hassle-free investment option. Compare today's best GIC rates that best suits your financial goals.
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