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Routing Number : 000309453

Routing Number 000309453
Transit Number 09453-003
Bank Royal Bank of Canada
State NL
City St. Johns
Address 226 Water St
Postal CodeA1C 5N5

Royal Bank of Canada has below Branches in the City St. Johns-NL

Branch:65 Elizabeth Ave, A1A 1W8
Routing Number: 000309503 : Transit Number: 09503-003
Branch:28 Logy Bay Rd, 65 Elizabeth Ave, A1A 1W9
Routing Number: 000309533 : Transit Number: 09533-003
Branch:40 Aberdeen Ave-Suite 102, 40 Aberdeen Ave, A1A 5T3
Routing Number: 000300514 : Transit Number: 00514-003
Branch:337 Freshwater Rd-PO Box 8277 Stn A, PO Box 8277 Postal Station A, A1B 3N4
Routing Number: 000309573 : Transit Number: 09573-003
Branch:10 Freshwater Rd, c/o 337 Freshwater Rd, A1B 3N9
Routing Number: 000309553 : Transit Number: 09553-003
Branch:226 Water St (Main Br), A1C 1A9
Routing Number: 000300123 : Transit Number: 00123-003
Branch:226 Water St, PO Box 1330, A1C 1A9
Routing Number: 000301963 : Transit Number: 01963-003
Branch:226 Water St, 5161 George St, A1C 1A9
Routing Number: 000307386 : Transit Number: 07386-003
Branch:226 Water St-3rd Flr, A1C 1A9
Routing Number: 000308553 : Transit Number: 08553-003
Branch:226 Water Street, PO Box 1330, A1C 1A9
Routing Number: 000308963 : Transit Number: 08963-003
Branch:434 Water St W, 226 Water St, A1C 1A9
Routing Number: 000309653 : Transit Number: 09653-003
Branch:434 Water St W, PO Box 1316, A1C 1E2
Routing Number: 000309793 : Transit Number: 09793-003
Branch:226 Water Street, 226 Water St, A1C 5N5
Routing Number: 000309233 : Transit Number: 09233-003
Branch:226 Water St, A1C 5N5
Routing Number: 000309453 : Transit Number: 09453-003
Branch:664 Topsail Rd, P.O. Box 40, A1N 2C1
Routing Number: 000309603 : Transit Number: 09603-003


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