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Routing Number : 003901471

Routing Number 003901471
Transit Number 01471-039
Bank Banque Laurentienne du Canada
State QC
City Quebec
Address 1350 boul Lebourgneuf
Postal CodeG2K 2N1

Banque Laurentienne du Canada has below Branches in the City Quebec-QC

Branch:3323 rue du Carrefour, G1C 7E1
Routing Number: 003901211 : Transit Number: 01211-039
Branch:8500 boul. Henri Bourassa, G1G 5X1
Routing Number: 003904161 : Transit Number: 04161-039
Branch:510 Boul. Charest Est, G1K 3J3
Routing Number: 003905661 : Transit Number: 05661-039
Branch:3930 Wilfrid-Hamel O #112, G1P 2J2
Routing Number: 003901221 : Transit Number: 01221-039
Branch:3930 boul Wilfrid Hamel Ouest, G1P 2J2
Routing Number: 003901481 : Transit Number: 01481-039
Branch:580 Grande-Allee est Suite 30, G1R 2K2
Routing Number: 003901311 : Transit Number: 01311-039
Branch:580 Grande Allee Est Bureau 30, G1R 2K2
Routing Number: 003901661 : Transit Number: 01661-039
Branch:580 Grande Allee Est Bureau 30, G1R 2K2
Routing Number: 003907301 : Transit Number: 07301-039
Branch:1275 Chemin Ste-Foy Suite 185, G1S 4S5
Routing Number: 003905651 : Transit Number: 05651-039
Branch:5401 Boul. des Galeries Quebec, G2K 1N4
Routing Number: 003901521 : Transit Number: 01521-039
Branch:1350 boul Lebourgneuf, G2K 2N1
Routing Number: 003901471 : Transit Number: 01471-039
Branch:2700 boul Laurier Bureau 2287, G2V 2L8
Routing Number: 003908821 : Transit Number: 08821-039
Branch:850 Place D'Youville, J1R 3P6
Routing Number: 003907271 : Transit Number: 07271-039


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