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BMO Bank of Montreal’s Woodside Square Branch in Agincourt Gets $1.1 Million Facelift  

BMO Celebrates With Donation to MADD Canada

On January 28th, BMO Bank of Montreal customers, friends and staff participated in a grand re-opening celebration of the Woodside Square branch in the Toronto suburb of Agincourt.

The BMO branch has just completed a $1.1 million renovation project, which will provide customers and employees with better accessibility and a friendlier layout. In addition, three employees have been hired to join the existing staff.

“This renovation and the additional space it provides allows us to increase staff and expand our financial services offerings to BMO’s Woodside Square customers,” said Vivien Yung, Personal Banking Area Manager, BMO Bank of Montreal.

During the re-opening ceremony, BMO Bank of Montreal announced the donation of $10,000 to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada) to go towards the Project Red Ribbon Campaign, which focuses on the safe and sober holiday season driving campaign.

“BMO Bank of Montreal has a long and proud history of partnership with Canada’s communities,” said Ian Hamilton, Vice-President, East Central Ontario District, BMO Bank of Montreal. “We are proud to be an official sponsor of MADD Canada, in the knowledge that our support of these crucial programs and services will truly make a difference.”

BMO Bank of Montreal is a member of BMO Financial Group (TSX, NYSE: BMO), one of the largest financial services providers in North America.  BMO Financial Group serves clients across Canada and in the United States through its Canadian retail arm, BMO Bank of Montreal; through its Chicago-based Harris Bank, a major U.S. mid-west financial services organization; and through BMO Nesbitt Burns, one of Canada’s leading full-service investment firms.  BMO Financial Group is the second largest small business lender in Canada and one of the largest in North America.



From Left to right we have

Ian Hamilton, District Vice-President, East Central Ontario; Carol Snider, Senior Vice-President, Ontario Division; Carolyn Swinson, Past-President, Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Canada