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The Routing Number is used for domestic transfer. To make money transfer, the Routing Number is used together with the bank account number of the recipient. For international inward money transfer, a SWIFT code must be used together with a Routing Number and Account Number.
MICR Numbers or widely known as Transit Numbers are used in cheques processing. It appears on the bottom of negotiable instruments such as checks identifying the financial institution on which it was drawn.
The format of Routing Number, MICR Number is as follows;
Routing Number - 0AAABBBBB
MICR Number - BBBBB-AAA
- for the routing number, the first digit is the leading zero.
- AAA is three digits code identifying the institution.
- BBBB is five digits code identifying the branch.
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The table below are the address and Routing Number for all TD Canada Trust branches in Canada. Click on the Routing Number to find out the bank details, address & maps.
|No||Bank or Institution||Prov ince||City||Branch||Street Address||Routing Number|
|1||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Alberta Mortgage Admin||505 3rd Street SW - 2nd Floor||050943829|
|2||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary 17th||1029 17th Ave S W||050911719|
|3||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary 32nd Ave||3545 32nd Ave NE||050912939|
|4||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary 8th||751 3rd Street SW||050910209|
|5||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary 90th||1600 90th Ave SW||050912589|
|6||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Beddington||8118 Beddington Blvd NW||050912909|
|7||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Bow Trail||5627 Signal Hill Centre SW||050915209|
|8||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Brentwood||3630 Brentwood Rd NW||050912919|
|9||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Britannia||816 49th Avenue SW||050917929|
|10||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Centre Street||1216 Centre Street North||050912059|
|11||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Corporate Banking||421 7th Avenue 9th Floor||050988339|
|12||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Crowfoot||323-150 Crowfoot Cres NW||050915499|
|13||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Dalhousie||303-5005 Dalhousie Drive NW||050917809|
|14||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Deer Ridge||14927 Deer Ridge Drive S.E.||050915959|
|15||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Eaton Centre||751 3rd Street SW||050912209|
|16||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Eaton Centre||751-3rd Street SW||050912899|
|17||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Falconridge||5441 Falsbridge Drive NE||050916089|
|18||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Hamptons||3100 1000 Hamptons Dr NW||050911839|
|19||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Heritage||8330 MacLeod Trail SE||050913979|
|20||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Market Mall||4935 40th Ave NW||050910599|
|21||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Marlborough||C/O 4415 Memorial Drive SE||050912929|
|22||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Memorial||c/o 4415 Memorial Dr S E||050911729|
|23||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Northmount||3400 14th Street NW||050912289|
|24||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Pension Trust||505 3rd Street SW - 7th Floor||050944459|
|25||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Personal||505-3rd Street||050954209|
|26||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary PIC||P.O. Box 2523 Station M||050954249|
|27||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Relocations||421-7th Ave. SW 8th Floor||050946049|
|28||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Richmond||5627 Signal Hill Centre SW||050911699|
|29||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Shawville||69 Shawville Blvd SE||050918269|
|30||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary South Trails||4307-130th Ave SE #20||050916909|
|31||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Willow Park||234 10816 MacLeod Trail S||050911049|
|32||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Calgary Willow Park||c/o 10816 Macleod Park||050912949|
|33||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Dragon City Mall||100 328 Center Street SE||050916289|
|34||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Paririe Hubs||421 7th Ave SW 9th Floor, PO Box 2523 Sta M||050917029|
|35||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Sales Finance Prairies||421 7th Avenue S W||050913909|
|36||TD Canada Trust||AB||Calgary||Sales Finance-Prairies||505-3rd St SW||050943909|
|37||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Calgary Trail South||4108 Calgary Trails||050912039|
|38||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton - 50th Street||13318 - 50 Street||050916819|
|39||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton 104th||11550 104 Avenue||050912239|
|40||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton 127-142nd||12645 142nd Avenue||050917169|
|41||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton 142nd||10210 142nd Street||050915239|
|42||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton 156th||8705 156th Street||050912389|
|43||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton 28th Avenue||6404-28th Avenue||050915799|
|44||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton Capilano||47 Capilano Mall 5004 - 98th Ave||050912099|
|45||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton Castle Downs||13703 93rd Street NW||050911129|
|46||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton Heritage||10965 23rd Ave||050912969|
|47||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton Main||10104-103 Avenue||050910069|
|48||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton Main||10104-103 Avenue||050912959|
|49||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton Meadowlark||c/o 8705-156th Street||050912979|
|50||TD Canada Trust||AB||Edmonton||Edmonton Millbourne||133 Millbourne Shopping Centre, 38th Ave. and Millwoods Rd.||050911549|
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What is the Routing Number?A routing number identifies the financial institution and the branch to which a payment item is directed. Along with the account number, it is essential for delivering payments through the clearing system.
In Canada, there are two formats for routing numbers:
EFT Routing NumberAn Electronic Fund Transactions (EFT) routing number is comprised of a three-digit financial institution number and a five-digit branch number, preceded by a "leading zero".
Example : 0XXXYYYYY
- 0 : Leading zero
- YYY : Institution Number
- XXXXX : Branch Number
MICR Number (Transit Number)MICR Numbers or widely known as Transit Numbers are used in cheques processing. It appears on the bottom of negotiable instruments such as checks identifying the financial institution on which it was drawn.
A paper (MICR) routing number is comprised of a three-digit financial institution number and a five-digit branch number. It is encoded using magnetic ink on paper payment items (such as cheques).
Example : XXXXX-YYY
- XXXXX : Branch Number
- YYY : Institution Number
The Financial Institutions Branch Directory (FIBD) provides routing numbers and addresses for branches of all Canadian financial institutions.
Information in the FIBD is drawn from Payments Canada’s Financial Institutions File (FIF) database and is updated weekly, based on information received from members. The FIF is also available on a subscription basis. It offers enhanced functionality for frequent users and can be imported in a variety of business applications. For more information, you can reach out to your Member institution or read more about the FIF and routing numbers.
Tips for Using the FIBD:
- For each branch, routing numbers are provided in two formats: one for electronic payments, and the other for MICR-encoded paper payment items.
- The Geographical List is organized by municipality. Use it to find the branch routing number when the location of the branch is known. Consult the Payments Canada Member List to confirm the name of the financial institution, if necessary.
- Use the Numeric List to find the branch address when the routing number is known.
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Payments Canada web version of the Financial Institutions Branch Directory (“Branch Directory”) is provided on “as is” i and “as available” bases. Payments Canada has full intellectual property rights, including copyright, in the Branch Directory. Reproduction of the Branch Directory, in whole or in part, for sale or any other commercial purpose, without permission, is strictly prohibited.
While reasonable efforts have been made to provide accurate and up-to-date information, Payments Canada makes no representations or warranties, either expressly or impliedly, as to the content of the Branch Directory.
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Let us help you access your Direct Deposit / Debit information easily.
Your account number and branch/transit number
If you have a cheque, your full account information is found along the bottom. View this sample cheque image as a handy guide. We also have a direct deposit/debit form.
If you do NOT have a cheque, you can locate your account information in Easyweb on the View Account page.
The first set of numbers (4 digits) is your branch (or transit) number. The second set (7 digits) is your accountnumber.
- If your account number only has 6 digits but a form requires 7, simply add a 0 to the start. For example, 123456 is 0123456.
- If your branch (transit) number is only 3 digits long, add a 0 in front of the number (for forms, etc.). Example: Branch 101 is 0101.
If you need to enter a 5 digit branch (transit) number for a direct deposit or debit form, the 5th digit is a geographical number to be added to the end of your branch (transit) number. View a sample cheque image that identifies branch (transit) numbers, including the 5th digit.
If you don’t have a cheque, find the 5th digit of your branch (transit) number based on your geographical location:
- British Columbia and Yukon: 0
- Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut: 9
- Saskatchewan: 8
- Manitoba and North-Western Ontario: 7
- Eastern Ontario including Ottawa and surrounding area: 6
- Ontario including Toronto and surrounding area: 2
- Western Quebec including Montreal and surrounding area: 1
- Eastern Quebec including Labrador: 5
- New Brunswick: 4
- Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland (excluding Labrador): 3
For example: If you are located in Toronto and your branch number is 1001, you should input 10012 if your direct deposit/debit form requires a 5th digit.
Institution Number: The institution number for all TD Canada Trust accounts is 004.