The paper dollar was replaced by a coin called the "loonie"...I am glad I have one of these saved...and the $2 bill as well =)

The paper dollar was replaced by a coin called the "loonie" and our pink two dollar bill was replaced by a slighty larger coin called the "toonie".

Ottawa West

OTTAWA WEST STATION, Ontario - This wonderfully evocative picture was taken by Bill Linley on 31 July It shows Canadian Pacific train No. “The Dominion” from Vancouver to Montreal coming into the station at Ottawa West.

Inside Train Station/Union Station on Rideau St.

OTTAWA - Union It closed in 1966 & became the Government Conference Center

A very old picture of Ottawa Union from the Laurier Avenue bridge looking westward towards the Chateau Laurier with the winter snows from the station grounds pushed into the Rideau Canal. Freight shed at right.

A very old picture of Ottawa Union from the Laurier Avenue bridge looking westward towards the Chateau Laurier with the winter snows from the station grounds pushed into the Rideau Canal. Freight shed at right.

Customers at the Standish Hall Hotel posing at their table, some wearing paper hats. It is possibly New Year's Eve. (Michael Berens/LAC MIKAN no. 3684134)

Customers at the Standish Hall Hotel posing at their table, some wearing paper hats. It is possibly New Year's Eve. (Michael Berens/LAC MIKAN no.


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