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Former Banque Canadienne Nationale

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Former Banque Canadienne Nationale

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9 Laurier Street East / Saint-Laurent

  Bus : 55

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Borough Mile-end
Arrondissement Le Plateau-Mont-Royal
Centre de l'Île

2 floors(overground)

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Last update: 2016-03-29

CodeIMTL 288

Former Banque Canadienne Nationale

Picture Alexis Hamel 2014:01

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    National Bank of Canada

    The bank was founded the 4 of May 1859. Following the merger in 1924 with the Bank of Hochelaga the bank will change its name for Banque Canadienne Nationale. In 1979, the Banque Canadienne Nationale and the Provincial Bank of Canada merged to create the institution that we know today.

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