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Online Banking

Institution, Transit and Account Numbers

If you're setting up your direct payroll deposit, sending a wire transfer or transferring funds between your BlueShore Financial account and another financial institution, you'll be asked to provide your Account Number, Institution Number plus the Transit Number for your branch.

Finding your account information in Online Banking

You can find all of your account information within Online Banking. Simply click on one of your chequing or savings accounts and look at the "account details".

You can even print a branded letter with an image of a void cheque and all of your account encoding. To do this simply click on the "Void Cheque Letter" link in the same location.

This could be helpful if you need to provide the information to a third party, such as your payroll department, for setting up a pre-authorized credit or debit to/from your account.

Where to find these numbers on your cheques

Finding transit and institution numbers on a cheque

Transit Numbers

The chart below contains the numbers you'll need. The number for the Lonsdale branch would be 809 05310), for example.

Institution Number
All BlueShore Financial branches 809
Transit Number
Burnaby 00260
Edgemont Village 05380
Kerrisdale 00280
Lonsdale 05310
Lynn Valley 05320
Marine Drive 05340
Pender 00200
Parkgate 05390
Park Royal 05330
Pemberton 00240
Squamish 00250
West Broadway 00270
Whistler Village 05350
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