Major Canadian banks experience online outage – The Western Standard

Five large Canadian banks reportedly went offline on Wednesday, with users complaining of access to online and mobile banking, e-transfers, and debit purchases being inaccessible.

Despite reports, neither TD, CIBC, Scotiabank, or BMO acknowledged any significant outages, and many customers confirmed they were indeed able to access services without issue while others were shut out.

Some suggest the temporary uptick in outages is related to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recently invoked Emergencies Act, implemented as a means of silencing the truckers’ Freedom Convoy protests.

Banks — without the need for a court order — are authorized to freeze accounts of those they suspect to be connected to the protests, and report the account to FINTRAC.

Major Canadian banks experience online outage – The Western Standard

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