Western Union has many ways to send money to Canada from the U.S.
When you need to transfer money to Canada in a hurry, we’ve got you covered. Maybe you want to help a friend who’s exploring Banff National Park. Maybe you want to send a little extra cash to your niece to cover tuition. Or maybe, you want to send money to your parents who are celebrating a milestone anniversary. Whatever the reason, you choose how you want to send money to Canada. We can get your money there within minutes1.
Choose the way that’s most convenient for you to transfer money to Canada from the U.S.
With agent locations across the U.S., sending money to Canada in person is always convenient.
Use WU.com or the Western Union® app to send money to Canada 24/7, from wherever you are.
When you send money to Canada with us online or with our app, you have options. Simply pay with a credit2 or debit card, directly from your bank account or even with Apple Pay®. Whatever’s easiest for you, we’ve got you covered.
Whether your receivers are camping in Yellowknife, living large at The Toronto Film Festival, skiing in Montreal, or hunting for the best seafood restaurant in Halifax, they can pick up a money transfer at more than 3,000 agent locations throughout Canada.
Whether you’re on the go, need to send funds in a hurry, want to send money to Canada regularly, or simply need to send a gift for a special occasion, the Western Union® app is easy and fast. Useful features allow you to:
Start your transfer with the app and pay in cash at an agent location.
Check exchange rates* in an instant.
Quickly complete your money transfer with quick resend and credit card scan.
Touch ID saves you even more time with fast login.
1 Date available will be displayed on receipt for international transfers over $15. Service and funds availability depends on certain factors including the Service selected, the selection of delayed delivery options, special terms applicable to each Service, amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, consumer protection issues, identification requirements, delivery restrictions, agent location hours, and differences in time zones (collectively, “Restrictions”).
2 Card issuer cash advance fee and associated interest charges may apply. Use a debit card to avoid these fees and charges.