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Scotiabank leaving Fall River in August
Pat Healey

FALL RIVER: The Scotiabank in Fall River is closing this August.
Branch Manager Scott Giles confirmed the news to The Laker in a phone interview on March 10. Rumours had begun through the community and on social-media networking website twitter that the bank was leaving the community.
Giles said the Fall River locations final day of operation will be on August 21, when it will close at noon.
He said they’re working to make the move as smooth as transition for both staff and customers. They have been letting customers know of the pending move.
A release from Scotiabank in Toronto said that this year they’re working to better organize themselves as a bank to best serve their customers and to be a stronger competitor throughout Canada.
“After careful consideration, we have decided to consolidate our Fall River branch with our Lower Sackville branch,” said Heather Armstron...

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