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City wise list of THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA branches in Quebec

Following are the cities, where THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA has branches. Select a city to view the list of all the branches, Routing Number & MICR Number.
Alma Amos Anjou
Baie-Comeau Beauport Blainville
Boisbriand Bonaventure Boucherville
Brossard Brownsburg Campbells Bay
Candiac Charlesbourg Chicoutimi
Chomedey Cote Saint-Luc Dollard-Des-Ormeaux
Drummondville Fabreville (Laval) Fort-Coulonge
Gatineau Granby Grenville
Hull Jonquiere Kirkland
Lachine Lachute Lasalle
Laval Longueuil Maniwaki
Mascouche Montreal Mont-Royal
Murdochville New Carlisle New Richmond
Paspebiac Pointe-Claire Port-Daniel
Quebec Rivieres-des-Prairies Rock Forest
Saint-Bruno Sainte-Foy Saint-Hubert
Saint-Hyacinthe Saint-Lambert Saint-Laurent
Saint-Leonard Sept-Iles Sherbrooke
Ste-Therese-de-Blainville St-Georges St-Jean-sur-Richelieu
St-Jerome St-Marie-Beauce St-Raymond
Terrebonne Town Mount Royal Tracy
Trois-Rivieres Val-d'Or Valleyfield
Vaudreuil Verdun Victoriaville
Vimont Westmount


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ETF Routing Number & MICR Number (Transit Number) for Bank Institution, Credit Union & Caisse Populaire Institution & Trust Company Institution from Quebec, Canada

 

What is Routing Number?

A Routing Number is code assigned to identity Financial Institution, Bank Branch, Credit Unions and Trust Companies. Account Number and Routing Number together used for Electronic Fund Transactions (EFT) within Canada.



There are two formats of Routing Numbers in Canada.

EFT Routing Number

Electronic Fund Transactions (EFT) Routing Number is used for electronic transactions like direct deposits and wire transfers.
Electronic Fund Transactions (EFT) Routing Number contains 3-digits Financial Institution Number and 5-digit Branch Number.
Last 5-digits are used to identify the Branch. And 3-digits before the Branch Number are used to identify Financial Institution.

For Example: EFT = 0$$$#####
  • ##### : Branch Number
  • $$$ : Institution Number
  • 0 : Leading Zeros
As a rule
  • For Banks, Institution Numbers start with 0, 2, 3, or 6
  • For Credit Union & Caisse Populaire, Institution Numbers start with 8
  • For Trust Company, Institution Number start with 5

Transit Number (MICR Number)

Transit Number is also known as MICR Number (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition).
MICR Number is written on the bottom of checks identifying Financial Institution.

For Example: MICR Transit Number = #####-$$$
  • ##### : Branch Number
  • $$$ : Institution Number

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