• Madeleine Thien wins the 2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize for her novel Do Not Say We Have Nothing

  • 2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Madeleine Thien with Scotiabank's John Doig, jury chair Lawrence Hill & founder Jack Rabinovitch

  • Scotiabank has extended its contract as title sponsor of the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon for an additional five years to 2020. (photo credit: Canada Running Series)

  • Elite runners leading the pack at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on Sunday, October 16, 2016 (photo credit: Photo Run)

  • Fans at the Scotiabank 360 Arena at Scotiabank World Cup of Hockey Fan Village.

  • Fans using the Scotiabank Interactive Video Centre at Scotiabank World Cup of Hockey Fan Village.

  • Fans using the Scotiabank Interactive Video Centre at Scotiabank World Cup of Hockey Fan Village.

  • L to R: Jack Rabinovitch, Sally Catto, Jacquie Ryan and Steve Patterson at the unveiling of the 2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize Shortlist.

  • 2016 Scotiabank’s summer and co-op students pose for group photo

  • Thousands of runners gather at the starting line for the 2016 Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon, raising over $860,000 and counting for 81 charities through the Scotiabank Charity Challenge. (Photo credit : Robert Shaer, Canada Running Series)

  • Runners at the Scotiabank Rat Race for United Way.

  • Kenora, ON will host Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada 2017

  • Scotiabank employees and customers celebrating the kickoff of Scotiabank’s Pride Month outside Scotia Plaza, Toronto

  • Scotiabank Calgary Marathon Winner Jonathan Kipchirchir from Kenya.

  • Tarah Korir, the top Canadian woman's winner in the Scotiabank Ottawa Marathon flanked by two members of the RCMP.

  • A kid playing Hockey in Arctic Bay. Scotiabank partnered with Project North, Canadian Tire, NHL and First Air to bring the Stanley Cup and NHL Alumni to northern Canada.

  • Scotiabank Photography Award Gala Reception. From the left, renowned artist Edward Burtynsky, Chair of Scotiabank's Photography Award jury, Suzy Lake, the winner of 2016 Scotiabank Photography Award, and Barb Mason, Group Head & Chief Human Resources Officer, Scotiabank.

  • Children march in the St. Anthony Kiddies Parade of the Bands, during Carnival in Trinidad & Tobago.

  • Scotiabank employees volunteer to help build houses with the TECHO Foundation in Sonsonate, El Salvador.

  • Scotiabank employees volunteer to support children having cleft lip surgery, through Operation Smile, at the Hugo Mendoza Hospital, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.


Dakota Access Pipeline

TORONTO, December, 2016 – While the Bank is involved in the oil and gas sector around the world in different capacities, we are not involved in the financing of the Dakota Access Pipeline project.

We strongly believe in responsible resource development and that federal and local governments have rigorous public consultation and impact review processes. Environmental assessments and consulting with local residents are important parts of the process.

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