Bank Routing Number

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Bank Routing Number

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On a Canadian cheque, the first three (3) digits are the cheque number, followed by a 5 digit bank routing (transit) number (identifying the specific bank branch), then comes a 3 digit institution number (identifying the bank) and finally your account number.


For more information see the article "Bank Institution Logos" from the Victoria Numismatic Society.


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This is a sample of an American cheque. For Canadian cheques, the cheque number appears first.
Source: BankRoutingTransitNumbers.com

Bank Routing Number

A financial institution (FI) number is the 3-digit number that identifies your Canadian financial institution.


Bank of Montreal 001

CIBC 010

Credit Union of B.C. 809

HSBC 016

Laurentian Bank 039

Metro Credit Union 828

National Bank of Canada 006

President's Choice Financial 010

Scotia Bank 002

Royal Bank 003

TD Canada Trust 004

Financial Terms Glossary