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Manulife Bank of Canada: Routing Number - Transit Number

Below is the complete list of Manulife Bank of Canada Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.
Bank State City Address Postal Code Routing Number Transit Number
Manulife Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 750 West Pender St - Ste 1510 V6C 3J4 054006010 06010-540
Manulife Bank of Canada ON North York 3200 Dufferin Street M6A 2T3 054005022 05022-540
Manulife Bank of Canada ON Toronto 200 Bloor St E M4W 1E5 054001112 01112-540
Manulife Bank of Canada ON Waterloo 500 King St N N2J 4C6 054001092 01092-540
Manulife Bank of Canada ON Waterloo 500 King St N N2J 4C6 054001122 01122-540
Manulife Bank of Canada ON Waterloo 500 King St N N2T 4C6 054005012 05012-540
Manulife Bank of Canada ON Waterloo 500 King St N N2T 4C6 054005302 05302-540
Manulife Bank of Canada QC Montreal 2000 Mansfield St - Ste 1010 H3A 2Z7 054007011 07011-540

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