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Scotiabank Hours

Scotiabank, formerly the Bank of Nova Scotia, has locations across Canada providing services from personal banking, business banking, and savings, to credit cards and mortgages. They have adjusted their branch hours at this time to help protect the staff and customers, as well as to follow restrictions currently in place. While some branches may be closed temporarily it is important to contact your local branch to be sure they are open and can provide the services you need.

Scotiabank Hours seem to vary greatly between provinces. All branches are closed on both provincial and federal holdiays.

Alberta and Saskatchewan seem to have similar hours for most locations:

Scotiabank hours - Alberta and Saskatchewan
Monday9:30 AM - 3 PM
Tuesday9:30 AM - 3 PM
Wednesday9:30 AM - 3 PM
Thursday9:30 AM - 3 PM
Friday9:30 AM - 3 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
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While Ontario and BC seem to have similar hours at their branches:

Scotiabank hours - Ontario and BC
Monday10 AM - 2 PM
Tuesday10 AM - 2 PM
Wednesday10 AM - 2 PM
Thursday10 AM - 2 PM
Friday10 AM - 2 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Some Canadian branches have had their hours altered for a temporary period of time. The website warns that while they will try to maintain the branch locator tool with all the updates that some may not be updated immediately upon closures or hour changes. For this reason it is recommended to call your local branch for hours. The locator on the website is located at maps.scotiabank.com/locator.

Scotiabank Near Me

Here are the addresses to some of Scotiabank branches in Ontario – 2251 Islington Ave, Etobicoke, ON M9W 3W6 and 7205 Goreway Dr, Mississauga, ON L4T 2T9. What if you are not in Ontario? This implies that you may not find the address above useful. As a result, the “Scotiabank near me map” will help you navigate to a bank within your province. With the near me map, you can locate any of Scotiabank banks across Canada in one click.

Scotiabank has halted all passbook updates until further notice, and the fees to have it updated are waived during this time. They have shortened some branch hours and may need to close some branches completely.

In response to financial need during this period of time Scotiabank have created some tools, such as deferred mortgage payments and other loans such a car loans, credit cards, and line of credits, refunds for trips that were booked before the travel ban and already paid for, and a freeze on all etransfer fees and stop payment fees.

When calling Scotiabank customer service line seniors and those who work in health care will receive priority placement in the line waiting to speak to a customer representative. They will check the information provided on the account from the bank card number to determine eligibility for priority placement in calls.

To avoid line ups and keep safe social distancing it is recommended to use Scotiabank online banking, mobile app banking, and telephone banking services rather then attend in branch. The website has been updated with new Scotiabank hours. It includes instructions on how to do certain things with the online tools, where you can pay bills, make transfers, and control your money from the safety and comfort of your own home or workplace.


Last updated: May 14th, 2020
Author: Victor Emanuel Sterpu

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