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Tuesday 02 September, 2003

Toronto-Dominion.

Delist Common Shares from LSE

Toronto-Dominion Bank
02 September 2003


 The Toronto-Dominion Bank to delist its shares from the London Stock Exchange

TORONTO, Tuesday, September 2, 2003/CNW/ - The Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSE, NYSE:
TD) today announced that it has given written notice to the UK Listing Authority
and London Stock Exchange to delist its common shares from that Exchange.

The decision to delist the common shares from the London Stock Exchange was
based on the low trading volumes on that Exchange, which did not justify the
costs and effort entailed with maintaining the listing. The common shares of the
Bank will continue to be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, the New York
Stock Exchange and the Tokyo Stock Exchange, which provide ongoing liquidity to
TD shareholders.


About TD Bank Financial Group

The Toronto-Dominion Bank and its subsidiaries are collectively known as TD Bank
Financial Group (TDBFG). In Canada and around the world, TD Bank Financial Group
serves more than 13 million customers in three key businesses: personal and
commercial banking including TD Canada Trust; wealth management including the
global operations of TD Waterhouse; and a leading wholesale bank, TD Securities,
operating in a number of key financial centres around the globe. TD Bank
Financial Group also ranks among the world's leading on-line financial services
firms, with more than 4.5 million on-line customers. TD Bank Financial Group had
CDN$302 billion in assets as at July 31, 2003. The Toronto-Dominion Bank trades
on the Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges under the symbol 'TD.'

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For more information, contact: Peter J. Aust, Vice President, Capital Finance
(416) 982-8056.



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