What it's called in... 
...the U.S. ...Canada
ATM – automated teller machine ABM – automated banking machine
CD – certificate of deposit
TD – timed deposit
GIC – guaranteed investment certificate 
Check – the written instrument to draft money from a demand-deposit account Cheque – Same as U.S. term

IRA – Individual Retirement Account
401(k) – employer-sponsored retirement account

RRSP – Registered Retirement Savings Plan. This can be interchangeable with either an IRA or a 401(k).
PIN – four-digit personal identification number PSC – four-digit personal security code
Routing number – Also called an ABA/ACH number. The bank’s nine-digit number identifying the bank’s location and transit information. The routing number is printed on each check at the lower left.  Transit & bank (institution) number – the five-digit number identifying a particular branch and the three-digit number identifying the banking institution
SSN – Social Security Number of nine digits SIN – Social Insurance Number of nine digits
Debit or check card – a debit card used to make purchases, access cash, and complete online transactions. The amount of the transaction is deducted from the corresponding checking account. Debit or client card – in the U.S., called a debit or check card.