Canadian Routing Numbers

Canadian Routing Numbers is a nine digits numerical codes used to identify an individual branch of a financial institution in Canada. It is used by Canadian Banks, Credit Unions and Trust Companies for Electronic Fund Transactions (EFT) within Canada.

Find ZIP Code on check Alberta,ABFind ZIP Code on check British Columbia,BC
Find ZIP Code on check Manitoba,MBFind ZIP Code on check New Brunswick,NB
Find ZIP Code on check Newfoundland and Labrador,NLFind ZIP Code on check Northwest Territory,NT
Find ZIP Code on check Nova Scotia,NSFind ZIP Code on check Nova Scotia,STATE
Find ZIP Code on check Nunavut,NUFind ZIP Code on check Ontario,ON
Find ZIP Code on check Prince Edward Island,PEFind ZIP Code on check Quebec,QC
Find ZIP Code on check Saskatchewan,SKFind ZIP Code on check Yukon Territory,YT

Find Canadian Transit Number on check

Find Canadian Transit Number on check

What is Transit Number?

Transit number or MICR number known for check processing. It appears in the bottom of negotiable instruments such as checks to determine financial institution, it draws. Paper (MICR) routing number is determined by a three-digit number and a five financial institutions the number of branches.

Example :XXXXX-YYY
XXXXX : Branch Number
YYY : Institution Number

MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition.

Routing Number

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.