Canadian dollar

Canadian dollar - The Canadian dollar (symbol: $; code: CAD) is the currency of Canada. It is abbreviated with the dollar sign $, or C$ to distinguish it from other dollar-denominated currencies. It is divided into 100 cents. Owing to the image of a loon on the one-dollar coin, the currency is sometimes referred to as the loonie (though this term is often reserved only for the coin itself)
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Canada banknotes 10 Canadian dollars banknote of 1954, Queen Elizabeth II.

Canada banknotes 10 Canadian dollars banknote of 1954 Queen Elizabeth II

Dominion of Canada Currency Notes one Dollar bill of 1911, Earl and Countess of Grey.

Dominion of Canada Currency Notes One Dollar bill 1911 Earl and Countess of Grey

Dominion of Canada Notes one Dollar banknote of 1917, Princess Patricia of Connaught.

Dominion of Canada Notes One Dollar banknote 1917 Princess Patricia of Connaught

Dominion of Canada Notes Two Dollars banknote of 1914, Portraits of Duke and Duchess of Connaught.

Dominion of Canada Notes Two Dollars banknote 1914 Portraits of Duke and Duchess of Connaught

25-Cent Coin Royal Infant Carriage    The final coin from the Royal Canadian Mint is a 25-cent coin depicting a baby carriage with maple leaves. An interlocked circle with the names “William” and “Catherine” surrounds, with the letters “W” and “C” adorned by crowns to each side.

Royal Canadian Mint unveils coins honouring Prince George -- The coins will be sold at Canada Post outlets

Currency of Canada - 20 Canadian dollars banknote of 1954, issued by the Bank of Canada - Banque du Canada. Banknotes of the Canadian dollar, Canadian banknotes, Canadian paper money, Canadian bank notes, Canada banknotes, Canada paper money, Canada bank notes.

Canadian Currency - 20 dollars banknote Canadian bank notes Twenty Dollars Currency of Canada - 20 Canadian dollars banknote of .

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