Royal Bank repairs will take time

The Royal Bank in Cache Creek is still closed after a fire broke out in the back of the building on July 28.

  • Sep. 2, 2014 4:00 p.m.

“The reconstruction and restoration of the Cache Creek (Royal Bank of Canada) branch is getting underway but having ATM or any branch services, is still many weeks away,” said  Pam Shaw, Regional Vice President, RBC.

“As progress is made, we are making available what services we can,” she said, “ensuring it safe and secure for clients and staff.”

Over the coming weeks the branch will remain closed while it is under construction.

However, RBC Staff will be outside the Branch Monday to Friday from 9am to noon, to help clients with any questions and to provide access to Fast Deposit. The Night Deposit is fully operational. If business clients need Night Deposit keys and bags, staff onsite can make arrangements for the set up.

Clients can use Local White Label ATMs at Husky, Shell, and Chevron in Cache Creek. RBC will reverse any interac fees.

The bank has been closed since it was damaged by a fire on July 28.

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