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Citizens Bank of Canada: Routing Number - Transit Number

Below is the complete list of Citizens Bank of Canada Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.
Bank State City Address Postal Code Routing Number Transit Number
Citizens Bank of Canada AB Calgary 150-505 3rd Street SW T2P 3E6 030917560 17560-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 401-815 West Hastings Street V6C 1B4 030917500 17500-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 183 Terminal Avenue V6A 4G2 030917510 17510-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 183 Terminal Avenue V6A 4G2 030917520 17520-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 183 Terminal Avenue V6A 4G2 030917530 17530-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 183 Terminal Avenue V6A 4G2 030917540 17540-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 183 Terminal Avenue V6A 4G2 030917550 17550-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 183 Terminal Avenue V6A 4G2 030917570 17570-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 183 Terminal Avenue V6A 4G2 030917580 17580-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 401-815 West Hastings Street V6C 1B4 030917800 17800-309
Citizens Bank of Canada BC Vancouver PO Box 13133 Stn Terminal V6B 6K1 030917900 17900-309
Citizens Bank of Canada ON Toronto 184 Front Street East M5A 4N3 030917590 17590-309

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