Learn about Canadian Credit Cards

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A safe and convenient way to make purchases

A credit card is a convenient way to pay for everyday purchases so you don’t have to carry cash. Here are some of the other ways that a credit card can be useful to you.

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We have a range of credit card products to meet your needs

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We offer a range of Credit Cards to meet your needs.

Choose the right Credit Card

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Using a Credit Card responsibly and paying it off on time are ways to help build your credit history. With a positive credit history, it will be easier to borrow money to buy a car, a home, or open a business.

How to build a credit history

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There are a number of different reward programs on select TD Credit Cards, such as cash back rewards and travel rewards

Learn about our rewards cards

We’ve been serving newcomers to Canada
for over 100 years

When you bank with TD, your money and personal information are always protected.

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Our New to Canada package

Our package for newcomers to Canada includes the opportunity to apply for a Credit Card.

When you visit a TD branch, you’ll need to bring 2 pieces of identification:

(1) One of the following documents:

  • Permanent Resident Card
  • Confirmation of permanent residence (IMM Form 5292)
  • Temporary Permit (IMM Form 1442, 1208, 1102)

(2) One of the following documents:

  • A valid passport
  • Canadian Driver’s Licence
  • Canadian Government Identification card
To qualify for the New to Canada banking package:
  • You are either a Permanent Resident or Temporary Resident of Canada for 2 years or less
  • You provide proof of your status through your Permanent Resident Card or Temporary Permit.
  • You have never opened or held a TD Chequing Account
  • You are the age of majority in your Province or Territory of Residence.

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