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Manitoba Business: Imperial Bank of Canada

It became the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) after a 1961 merger with the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Annual Reports published during and after the First World War included honour rolls that identified staff members who enlisted for active service.

Manitoba Branches

Branch

Address

Period

Brandon

?

?

Gimli

?

?

Portage la Prairie

?

?

Riverton

?

?

Winnipeg

441 Main Street

?-?

Winnipeg

964 Main Street

1904-?

Winnipeg

461 Portage Avenue

1912-?

Winnipeg

869 Westminster Avenue

1920-?

First World War Casualties

Name

Occupation

Service

Rank

Birth Date

Death Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

See also:

Manitoba Business: Canadian Bank of Commerce

Sources:

“Annual Report 1919,” Imperial Bank of Canada, pages 7-9.

“New Year’s Eve Invitation with Honour Roll,” Imperial Bank of Canada, 1 January 1919.

Henderson’s Winnipeg and Brandon Directories, Peel’s Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta Libraries.

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

We thank Lindsay Osmun (Archivist, CIBC) for providing information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and Darryl Toews.

Page revised: 13 November 2021

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