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Citibank Canada: Routing Number - Transit Number

Below is the complete list of Citibank Canada Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.
Bank State City Address Postal Code Routing Number Transit Number
Citibank Canada BC Port Coquitlam #300-2991 Lougheed highway V3B 6J6 026010080 10080-260
Citibank Canada BC Richmond 4200 #3 Road Unit 120 V6X 2C2 026010050 10050-260
Citibank Canada BC Vancouver 612 Main Street V6A 2V3 026010020 10020-260
Citibank Canada ON Mississauga 5900 Hurontario St L5R 0B8 026011102 11102-260
Citibank Canada ON Mississauga 5900 Hurontario St L5R 0B8 026011242 11242-260
Citibank Canada ON Scarborough 3300 Midland Avenue Unit 33 M1V 3Z9 026010092 10092-260
Citibank Canada ON Toronto 123 Front St W - Ste 1900 M5J 2M3 026000082 00082-260
Citibank Canada ON Toronto 123 Front St W M5J 2M3 026000102 00102-260
Citibank Canada ON Toronto 463 Dundas Street W M5T 1G8 026010012 10012-260
Citibank Canada ON Toronto 123 Front St W, c/o 123 Front St W M5J 2M3 026010072 10072-260
Citibank Canada ON Toronto 123 Front St W - Ste 1900, 1 Toronto St - 10th Flr M5C 2V6 026011002 11002-260
Citibank Canada ON Toronto One Toronto Street Suite 1200 M5C 2V6 026011182 11182-260
Citibank Canada ON Toronto 123 Front St W M5J 2M3 026030002 30002-260


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