Long ago, only customers known to the bank or with the best of references could rent one.
En 1901, le directeur d’une succursale devait exiger le respect de 371 règles.
Bank of Montreal was “Canada’s Banker” for a vital period in the country’s development. Beginning in 1863, we acted as the Financial Agent of the Province of Canada. The bank’s capital and resources were critical to the operations of the colonial government in the run-up to Confederation in 1867 and beyond.
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