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Manitoba Business: Canadian Bank of Commerce

This Toronto-based bank operated branches across western Canada. It merged with the Bank of Hamilton in 1923 and became the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) after a 1961 merger with the Imperial Bank of Canada.

Manitoba Branches

Branch

Address

Period

Carman

48 Fourth Avenue SW, Carman

1907-?

Dauphin

122 Main Street, Dauphin

1910-?

Elgin

Elgin, Municipality of Grassland

1902-?

Elkhorn

Richhill Avenue, Elkhorn, RM of Wallace-Woodworth

1912-2017

Gilbert Plains

29 Main Street North, Gilbert Plains, Municipality of Gilbert Plains

1912-2017

Neepawa

Mountain Avenue, Neepawa

1914-?

Rivers

Rivers, Municipality of Riverdale

1910-1935

The Pas

162 Fischer Avenue, The Pas

1912-1937

Virden

204 Nelson Street, Virden

1919-?

Winnipeg

217 Kelvin Street [Henderson Highway], Winnipeg

1914-?

Winnipeg

1521 Logan Avenue, Winnipeg

1906-1964

Winnipeg

391 Main Street, Winnipeg

?-?

Winnipeg

586 Main Street, Winnipeg

1906-?

Winnipeg

844 Main Street, Winnipeg

?-?

Winnipeg

325 Nairn Avenue, Winnipeg

1906-?

Winnipeg

304 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg

?-?

Winnipeg

313-315 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg

1920-?

Winnipeg

River Avenue cor Osborne Street

1911-?

Winnipeg

623 Selkirk Avenue, Winnipeg

1920-?

See also:

Manitoba Business: Imperial Bank of Canada

Sources:

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Monuments to Finance, Vol. II: Early Bank Architecture in Winnipeg by David Spector, City of Winnipeg Historical Buildings Committee, August 1982.

We thank Jordan Makichuk for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 12 November 2022

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