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  1. Fulfill the requirements:
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  • Having checking account and personal checks
  2. Apply ONLINE or visit us  
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1. Complete the form online or by phone and get pre-approval
2. Prepare the necessary documents:
  a. Bank statement (last 10 transactions).
  b. Recent Paystub
  c. Any bill to prove residence.
  3. Walk-in to sign and get cash  

Few facts about Owen Sound Ontario

The City of Owen Sound is a smooth blend of urban and natural attractions. Clear blue water, relaxing beaches and a bright sky are set against lush green valleys and rugged limestone cliffs. Hidden delights—sparkling streams and waterfalls, secret gardens of exotic ferns and rare orchids along inviting trails—are all close to the urban conveniences and amenities of a thriving Ontario city.

Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery: The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery houses an excellent permanent exhibition of memorabilia and artwork by the celebrated Canadian painter, Tom Thomson, who grew up in Leith, just north of Owen Sound. The Gallery manages a growing collection of historical and contemporary Canadian Art, including a wonderful representation of Thomson's colleagues, the Group of Seven. Visit the Gallery to see exhibits of contemporary art by regional and national artists. Admission by donation.

Grey Roots Museum & Archives: Come experience the people and communities of Grey County's past and present at this exciting new facility. Grey Roots combines Grey County's Museum, Archives and Tourism Services through permanent and nationally touring exhibits, archival and genealogical resources, theatre, café, gift shop, events and more! Tourism Services rounds out the experience as a gateway of information to the many natural wonders of the region. Admission Fee

Owen Sound Marine & Rail Museum: Owen Sound played a role in the development of Ontario, and in the opening up of Western Canada. The Owen Sound Marine & Rail Museum preserves the history of marine and rail transportation in the area. Located in the historic CN station on the waterfront, it features exquisite ship models by skilled artisans, along with CNR and CPR memorabilia, and temporary special exhibits each season. The building is wheelchair accessible and has free parking beside the beautifully landscaped walkway along the harbour. The gift shop offers a variety of museum memorabilia to remember your visit. School tours and group rates can be arranged. Admission Fee

Billy Bishop Heritage Museum: A late-Victorian brick house near Owen Sound's downtown core preserves the boyhood home and memory of one of Canada's greatest pilots and most decorated serviceman. Memorabilia from peace time and both World Wars are displayed in the exquisitely furnished Victorian home, including pictures of planes, battles, flying suits and a model of the Avro Arrow. Special exhibits throughout the year include a memorable Victorian Christmas. A gift shop has books, cards, model kits, prints and much more. School tours and group discounts can be arranged. Admission Fee

Owen Sound's Black History: The history of Owen Sound is incomplete without mention of its Black settlers, who were part of the community at its inception. Owen Sound was the last terminal of the Underground Railroad, the route slaves fleeing from the Southern states took to Canada. Blacks in Owen Sound were employed in a variety of occupations. According to the 1872 Census, 672 people of African- descent lived in Owen Sound, making up 10% of the City’s population. Today, only a handful of Black families make Owen Sound their home.

Owen Sound (2006 City population 21,753; UA Population 22,649; CA Population 32, 259), the county seat of Grey County, is a city in south-western Ontario, Canada. Owen Sound is located at the mouth of the Sydenham River on an inlet of Georgian Bay also named Owen Sound.

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