The Canada Trust Company Routing Numbers


Bank Routing Number Search


Name of the Bank and City e.g. The Canada Trust Company in Coquitlam


Ajax Barrie Bedford Brampton
Brantford Burlington Burnaby Calgary
Cambridge Charlottetown Chatham Coquitlam
Dartmouth Delta Don Mills Dorval
Edmonton Etobicoke Guelph Halifax
Hamilton Kamloops Kanata Kelowna
Kingston Kitchener Lethbridge London
Markham Medicine Hat Mississauga Montreal
Nanaimo Nepean Newmarket Niagara Falls
North Bay North Vancouver North York Oakville
Orleans Oshawa Ottawa Peterborough
Pickering Port Coquitlam Prince George Red Deer
Regina Richmond Richmond Hill Saint John
Saint-Laurent Sarnia Saskatoon Scarborough
Simcoe St Catharines St Thomas St. John’s
Stoney Creek Strathroy Sudbury Surrey
Thornhill Thunder Bay Toronto Vancouver
Victoria Waterloo West Vancouver Whitby
Willowdale Windsor Winnipeg Woodstock

Routing Numbers and Transit Numbers

Canadian Transit Number:

Canadian Transit Number is a 9 character code used for routing of cheques (checks) and paper instruments in the banking industry. This code identifies the branch (and bank/credit union) on which the cheque is drawn. It is also known as check routing number and MICR Code.

The format of check transit number – XXXXXYYY

The first 5 digit is called branch transit number and identifies the exact branch of the bank. YYY is the institution code which identifies the bank or credit union. There is a dash (or hyphen) separating the branch code and institution code. As a general rule, bank institution numbers start with 0, 2, 3, or 6, while Credit Union and Caisse Populaire institution numbers start with 8, and Trust Company institution numbers with 5. The big 4 banks have the following institution code –

001 – Bank of Montreal
002 – Bank of Nova Scotia
003 – Royal Bank of Canada
004 – TD Canada Trust

Canadian Routing Number:

Canadian Routing Number is a 9 digit code used for electronic fund transfers (EFT) such as direct deposits, electronic payments, etc. The Routing Number are also formed using the branch code and bank code discussed above.

Routing Number Format
Routing number (EFT Code) is a 9 digit code comprising of a leading zero (0), the institution number (YYY), then the branch number (XXXXX). For example if a cheque MICR code is XXXXX-YYY, the corresponding EFT code would be 0YYYXXXXX.

If you want to setup a direct deposit or want to make a electronic fund transfer to someone’s account, the sender’s bank will ask for following three things –

1. Recipient’s Full Name
2. Recipient’s Account Number
3. Routing Number (and possibly the bank name)

Find Routing Number: Search for the routing number using our routing number search tool below –

Bank Routing Number Search

Name of the Bank and City e.g. Bank of Montreal in Vancouver



For International Transfers, bank will also ask for the swift code (also called BIC code) along with the above three details.

Difference between Routing Number and Transit Number:
Both routing number and transit numbers are formed using the branch code and institution code. However, there is a difference in the format as discussed above. The term routing number is used in connection with the electronic fund transfers (EFT) and thus also known as EFT Code while the transit number is used usually in connection with the paper instruments such as cheques. You can also find transit number on the cheque issued to you by your bank. The transit number is also called MICR code.

canadian routing transit number on cheque
Note: If a cheque code is XXXXX-YYY, the corresponding EFT code would be 0YYYXXXXX.

If you have any questions on the electronic payment or routing number, please leave a comment below. We’d be happy to help!

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Routing Numbers


Bank Routing Number Search


Name of the Bank and City e.g. Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in Vancouver


Abbotsford Airdrie Ajax Anjou
Aurora Barrie Bathurst Beaconsfield
Belleville Blainville Bolton Bowmanville
Bracebridge Bradford Brampton Brandon
Brantford Bridgewater Brockville Brossard
Burlington Burnaby Calgary Cambridge
Campbell River Charlottetown Chateauguay Chatham
Chicoutimi Chilliwack Concord Coquitlam
Cornwall Courtenay Cranbrook Dartmouth
Dawson Creek Delta Dollard-Des-Ormeaux Don Mills
Dorval Drummondville Duvernay Edmonton
Elmira Embrun Espanola Estevan
Etobicoke Forest Fort Erie Fort McMurray
Fort Saskatchewan Fort St John Fredericton Gatineau
Georgetown Granby Grande Prairie Guelph
Halifax Hamilton Happy Valley – Goose Bay Iqaluit
Joliette Jonquiere Kamloops Kanata
Kelowna Kenora Keswick Kingston
Kirkland Kitchener Lachine Langley
Lasalle Laval Leamington Lethbridge
Levis Lions Head London Longueuil
Lunenburg Maple Maple Ridge Markham
Medicine Hat Melville Milton Miramichi
Mississauga Moncton Mont-Royal Montmagny
Montreal Montreal-nord Moose Jaw Moosomin
Mount Brydges Nanaimo Nepean New Westminster
Newmarket Niagara Falls Niagara on the Lake North Battleford
North Bay North Gower North Vancouver North York
Oakville Orangeville Orillia Orleans
Oshawa Ottawa Owen Sound Penticton
Peterborough Petrolia Pickering Pointe-Claire
Port Alberni Port Coquitlam Port Hawkesbury Portland
Prince Albert Prince George Quebec Quispamsis
Red Deer Regina Repentigny Richmond
Richmond Hill Rimouski Rouyn-Noranda Saint John
Saint-Bruno Saint-Georges Saint-Hyacinthe Saint-Jerome
Saint-Laurent Saint-Leonard Sarnia Saskatoon
Sault Ste Marie Scarborough Sept-Iles Shaunavon
Shawinigan Sherbrooke Sherwood Park St Albert
St Catharines St John’s St Thomas St-Felicien
St-Jean-sur-Richelieu St. John’s Stoney Creek Stratford
Strathroy Sudbury Sundridge Surrey
Swan River Swift Current Sydney Terrebonne
Thompson Thornhill Thunder Bay Timmins
Toronto Trois-Rivieres Truro Vancouver
Varennes Vaughan Verdun Vernon
Victoria Victoriaville Wallaceburg Waterloo
Wawa Welland Wendake West Vancouver
Westmount Weyburn Whitby White Rock
Whitehorse Winchester Windsor Winnipeg
Woodbridge Woodstock Yellowknife

CIBC Routing Number

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) is one of the biggest banks in Canada. You can find routing transit number for all branches of CIBC bank in Canada. Use the CIBC Routing Number Search tool or just click on the name of the city where your CIBC branch is situated. Routing Numbers are 9 digit bank identification number which are used for initiating direct debit, wire transfers, check routing and other electronic payments. You can also locate the routing number on the check book issued by your bank.


CIBC Routing Number Search


Name of the Bank and City e.g. CIBC in Vancouver


Abbotsford Ajax Ancaster Antigonish
Assiniboia Aurora Barrie Bedford
Belleville Blairmore Bolton Bowmanville
Brampton Brandon Brantford Bridgewater
Brossard Burlington Burnaby Calgary
Cambridge Campbell River Castlegar Charlottetown
Chatham Chilliwack Coboconk Cochrane
Concord Coquitlam Cornwall Courtenay
Cranbrook Dartmouth Delta Dollard-Des-Ormeaux
Dorval Drummondville Edmonton Essex
Etobicoke Fort McMurray Fraser Lake Fredericton
Gatineau Georgetown Gloucester Goderich
Granby Grande Prairie Greenwood Guelph
Hagersville Halifax Hamilton Harbour Breton
Islington Jasper Kamloops Kanata
Kelowna Kincardine Kingston Kirkland
Kirkland Lake Kitchener Lachine Langley
Lasalle Laval Lethbridge Lloydminster
London Longueuil Maple Markham
Medicine Hat Milton Milverton Mississauga
Moncton Montreal Moose Jaw Mount Pearl
Mount-Royal Nanaimo Nanton Napanee
Nepean New Liskeard New Westminster Newmarket
Niagara Falls North Battleford North Bay North Vancouver
North York Oakville Orillia Orleans
Oshawa Ottawa Penticton Peterborough
Pickering Picton Pierrefonds Pitt Meadows
Pointe-Claire Port Alberni Port Colborne Port Hardy
Port McNeill Powell River Prince Albert Prince George
Princeton Quebec Rankin Inlet Red Deer
Red Lake Redcliff Regina Richmond
Richmond Hill Saint John Saint-Hubert Saint-Hyacinthe
Saint-Laurent Saint-Leonard Sarnia Saskatoon
Sault Ste Marie Scarborough Selkirk Sept-Iles
Sherbrooke Sherwood Park Sorel-Tracy St Albert
St Catharines St Thomas St-Jean-sur-Richelieu St. John’s
Stettler Stoney Creek Sudbury Surrey
Thetford-Mines Thornhill Thunder Bay Tofino
Toronto Trois-Rivieres Truro Val-d’Or
Vancouver Vaughan Vegreville Vermilion
Vernon Victoria Vineland Vulcan
Waterloo Welland West Vancouver Wetaskiwin
Weyburn Whitby Whitehorse Windsor
Winnipeg Woodbridge Woodstock Yellowknife
Yorkton

TD Canada Trust Routing Numbers

TD Canada Trust is the personal, small business and commercial banking operation of the Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) in Canada. TD Canada Trust offers a range of financial services and products to more than 10 million Canadian customers through more than 1,100 branches and 2,600 “Green Machine” ABMs. (Automated Banking Machines)

The current TD Canada Trust division was formed after TD’s acquisition of Canada Trust in 2000. All new and most existing accounts are officially issued by TD Bank (Institution Number: 004), although Canada Trust (Institution Number: 509) remains a separate subsidiary entity, and remains the issuer of accounts opened at that institution prior to the merger.

You can find routing number for all branches of TD Canada Trust using the below table –


Bank Routing Number Search


Name of the Bank and City e.g. TD Canada Trust in Vancouver


Abbotsford Airdrie Ajax Allan
Alliston Amherst Amherstburg Ancaster
Aurora Aylmer Bancroft Barrie
Bathurst Bedford Belleville Blainville
Bolton Bowmanville Bracebridge Brampton
Brandon Brantford Bridgewater Brockville
Brossard Burlington Burnaby Calgary
Cambridge Campbell River Camrose Charlesbourg
Charlottetown Chatham Chicoutimi Chilliwack
Cobourg Cold Lake Collingwood Coquitlam
Cornwall Courtenay Cranbrook Dartmouth
Delhi Delta Dollard-Des-Ormeaux Don Mills
Dorval Downsview Drummondville Duncan
Dundas Dunnville East York Edmonton
Elora Espanola Etobicoke Fort Erie
Fort McMurray Fredericton Gananoque Gaspe
Gatineau Georgetown Gloucester Goderich
Grande Prairie Grimsby Guelph Halifax
Hamilton Hanover High Prairie Hull
Huntsville Ingersoll Jasper Kamloops
Kanata Kapuskasing Kelowna Kentville
Kingston Kirkland Kirkland Lake Kitchener
Langley Lasalle Laval Leamington
Leduc Lethbridge Lindsay Lloydminster
London Longueuil Maple Maple Ridge
Markham Medicine Hat Midland Milton
Miramichi Mission Mississauga Moncton
Montreal Moose Jaw Mount Pearl Nanaimo
Nepean New Glasgow New Hamburg New Liskeard
New Westminster Newmarket Niagara Falls North Battleford
North Bay North Vancouver North York Oakville
Orangeville Orillia Orleans Oromocto
Oshawa Ottawa Outremont Owen Sound
Oyen Paris Parksville Pembroke
Penticton Perth Peterborough Petrolia
Pickering Picton Pierrefonds Pointe-Claire
Port Colborne Port Coquitlam Port Hope Preeceville
Prince Albert Prince George Quebec Quesnel
Quispamsis Red Deer Regina Repentigny
Richmond Richmond Hill Riverview Rocanville
Saint John Saint-Laurent Sainte-Foy Sarnia
Saskatoon Sault Ste Marie Scarborough Sherbrooke
Sherwood Park Sidney Simcoe Spruce Grove
St Albert St Catharines St Paul St Thomas
St-Jean St-Leonard St. John’s Stittsville
Stoney Creek Stouffville Stratford Strathroy
Streetsville Sudbury Summerside Surrey
Sussex Swan River Sydney Terrebonne
Thornhill Thunder Bay Tillsonburg Timmins
Toronto Trenton Truro Tsawwassen
Uxbridge Val-d’Or Vancouver Vaughan
Verdun Vernon Victoria Walkerton
Wallaceburg Wasaga Beach Waterdown Waterloo
Welland West Vancouver Westmount Weston
Whitby White Rock Whitehorse Willowdale
Windsor Wingham Winnipeg Woodbridge
Woodstock Yarmouth York Yorkton

Montreal Trust Company Routing Transit Numbers

Montreal Trust Company of Canada was originally established in 1889 as the Montreal Safe Company and became a trust company only a few years later. In 1994, the Montreal Trust Company became a member of the Scotia Group of Companies when Scotiabank completed its acquisition.

Mailing address for Montreal Trust Company
Executive Offices, Scotia Plaza, 9th Floor
44 King Street W
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5H 1H1

Bank Routing Number Search

Name of the Bank and City e.g. MONTREAL TRUST COMPANY OF CANADA in Ottawa


Brockville Burlington Burnaby Calgary
Cambridge Charlesbourg Charlottetown Edmonton
Guelph Halifax Hamilton Kelowna
Kingston Kitchener Laval London
Montreal Mount-Royal Nanaimo North Vancouver
Oakville Oshawa Ottawa Outremont
Pickering Pointe-Claire Prince George Quebec
Regina Richmond Richmond Hill Saint John
Saint-Lambert Sainte-Foy Saskatoon St Albert
St Catharines St-Bruno-de-Montarville St. John’s Stoney Creek
Sudbury Toronto Truro Vancouver
Vernon Victoria Waterloo West Vancouver
Westmount White Rock Windsor Winnipeg

Manitoba Credit Union Routing Number

Credit Union Central of Manitoba is the trade association for Manitoba’s 41 credit unions, providing services in areas of capital and financial management, banking services, product and service research and development, consulting and representation and advocacy.

Credit Union Central of Manitoba

  1. The Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act requires that all provincial credit unions belong to Credit Union Central of Manitoba.
  2. Manitoba credit unions jointly own Central; representatives from nine provincial districts sit on its board of directors.
  3. Credit Union Central of Manitoba is financed through fees and income derived through its operations and levies based on individual credit unions’ assets and/or membership.
  4. Through Central, Manitoba credit unions share cheque clearing, data processing, investments and loans, training and education, marketing and research, government liaison. They also call upon Central’s consulting services in areas such as technology, business development, and agricultural and business lending.
  5. Provincial Centrals in every province collectively own and control Credit Union Central of Canada, located in Mississauga, Ontario, which performs, at the federal level, similar functions as provincial Centrals.

Bank Routing Number Search

Name of the Bank and City e.g. CREDIT UNION CENTRAL OF MANITOBA in Toronto


Altona Amaranth Angusville Arborg
Ashern Austin Baldur Beausejour
Binscarth Birtle Boissevain Brandon
Carberry Carman Cartwright Cypress River
Dauphin Deloraine Dominion City Dugald
East St. Paul Emerson Erickson Eriksdale
Ethelbert Fisher Branch Flin Flon Foxwarren
Gilbert Plains Gillam Gimli Gladstone
Glenboro Glenella Grandview Gretna
Grunthal Hamiota Hartney Headingley
Holland Inglis Inwood Kenton
Killarney La Riviere La Salle Lac du Bonnet
Landmark Laurier Lowe Farm MacGregor
Manitou Mariapolis Mc Auley Melita
Miami Miniota Minnedosa Moosehorn
Morden Morris Neepawa Newdale
Ninette Niverville Oak Bluff Oak Lake
Oak River Oakbank Oakburn Oakville
Onanole Pilot Mound Pinawa Pine Falls
Plum Coulee Plumas Portage la Prairie Reston
Rivers Riverton Roblin Rorketon
Rosenort Rossburn Russell Sandy Lake
Sanford Selkirk Shilo Shoal Lake
Souris Sprague St Lazare Starbuck
Ste Rose du Lac Steinbach Stonewall Strathclair
Swan Lake Swan River Teulon The Pas
Thompson Treherne Virden Vita
Warren Waskada Whitemouth Winkler
Winnipeg Winnipeg Beach Winnipegosis

Meridian Credit Union Routing Number

Meridian is Ontario’s largest credit union. It was formed April 1, 2005, following the merger of Niagara Credit Union and HEPCOE Credit Union. Meridian is the fourth largest credit union in Canada, and the largest credit union in Ontario, serving more than 250,000 members with total assets under administration of $9.2 billion. Meridian offers a full range of banking, wealth management, credit products and services through 64 branches, and seven Commercial Business Centres. It has more than 1,200 employees in its 65 branches, 7 Commercial Business Centres and corporate offices.


Bank Routing Number Search


Name of the Bank and City e.g. MERIDIAN CREDIT UNION in Toronto


Ancaster Aurora Aylmer Barrie
Beamsville Brantford Collingwood Courtice
Fergus Fonthill Fort Erie Grimsby
Guelph Hamilton Hanover Kincardine
London Mississauga Nanticoke Newmarket
Niagara Falls North York Orangeville Orillia
Ottawa Owen Sound Pembroke Penetanguishene
Pickering Port Colborne Port Elgin Richmond Hill
Scarborough Seaforth St Catharines St Marys
Stevensville Stoney Creek Toronto Vineland
Virgil Wainfleet Walkerton Welland
Whitby Windsor Woodstock

SASKATCHEWAN Credit Union Routing Number

Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan was founded in 1938 and is based in Regina, Canada. Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan, a financial co-operative, provides research, development support, consulting, and financial liquidity management services to credit unions in Canada. It offers market solutions, including strategic human capital management, organization effectiveness, executive search and retention strategies, employee and labour relations, total compensation, market research, sales and service culture, lending and deposit products and support, and compliance training, as well as organization learning, development, and training; promotional items, stationery products, and marketing materials; and business support services, such as enterprise risk management, board governance, strategic and operational planning, business process improvement, relief management, and internal audit. The company also provides strategic investment and liquidity management services, which include management of credit union statutory liquidity, clearing and settlement services, and investments in partner organizations.


Bank Routing Number Search


Name of the Bank and City e.g. Credit Union Central of SASKATCHEWAN in Calgary


Cabri Calgary Carnduff Elfros
Emerald Park Estevan Frontier Gravelbourg
Gull Lake Hodgeville Humboldt Indian Head
Kamsack Kelvington Kindersley Lancer
Langham Leader Lloydminster Maidstone
Meadow Lake Melfort Middle Lake Moose Jaw
Moosomin North Battleford Prince Albert Redvers
Regina Rosetown Saskatoon Shaunavon
Swift Current Unity Wakaw Watrous
Wynyard Yorkton

Royal Trust Corporation of Canada Routing Transit Number

Royal Trust Corporation of Canada (“RT”) is wholly owned subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) which serves investors as trustee and custodians. RT ranks first in Canada in terms of assets under administration, with over $1.4 trillion. RT of Canada is 10th largest custodian in the world. Royal Trust Corporation of Canada’s Institution Number (or bank number) is 058. You can search routing number for this bank in your city below. Just click on the below links or type in your city after the bank name.


Bank Routing Number Search


Name of the Bank and City e.g. Royal Trust Corporation of Canada in Toronto


Barrie Belleville Brampton Brantford
Burlington Burnaby Calgary Cambridge
Charlottetown Chatham Coquitlam Dartmouth
Delta Downsview Edmonton Etobicoke
Forest Fredericton Guelph Halifax
Hamilton Kamloops Kanata Kelowna
Kingston Kitchener Leamington Lethbridge
London Medicine Hat Mississauga Moncton
Nanaimo Nepean Newmarket Niagara Falls
North Vancouver Oakville Orleans Oshawa
Ottawa Peterborough Petrolia Pickering
Red Deer Regina Saint John Sarnia
Saskatoon Sault Ste Marie Scarborough St Albert
St Catharines St Thomas St. John’s Strathroy
Thornhill Thunder Bay Toronto Tsawwassen
Unionville Vancouver Victoria Waterloo
West Vancouver White Rock Willowdale Windsor
Winnipeg Woodstock