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Copper Cliff TD Bank building future remains uncertain

It's unclear what will happen to a century old building in Copper Cliff at the end of this summer.
The TD Bank location in Copper Cliff is slated to be closed by summer's end. Some wonder what will become of the century-old building. (Google)

It's unclear what will happen to a century old building in Copper Cliff at the end of this summer.

TD bank will close its Copper Cliff branch that opened in 1914.

A senior planner with the City of Greater Sudbury said the building does not have any heritage protection.

“Typically it is all a matter of whether it has been assessed by council and deemed to require a bylaw or deemed that it meets the requirements under the Ontario Heritage Act for a designation,” Kris Longston said.

TD Bank officials report they have not determined what will happen with the building once the bank branch closes in August.

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