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Warren Kakoschke TD Canada Trust regional sales manager holds the door while staff members (left to right) manager Stacey Bachynsky, Caroline Wyatt and Amber Matusza wait to greet customers for the first Sunday opening of the 2210 Main St. branch. A total of 300 select company locations are now open Sundays.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Warren Kakoschke TD Canada Trust regional sales manager holds the door while staff members (left to right) manager Stacey Bachynsky, Caroline Wyatt and Amber Matusza wait to greet customers for the first Sunday opening of the 2210 Main St. branch. A total of 300 select company locations are now open Sundays.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

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