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The Canadian Currency There are many differences between the old and new currency in Canada. Dollar coins are called loonies and two dollar coins are called toonies. There is now new technology to protect the currency which changes daily in the exchange rate market. daily.

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The Old Currency in Canada British army bills were first issued in Canada between 1813 to 1815. Before coins and bills were made, wampum and fur were considered currency. In the 18th century France and England changed their currency from fur to coins. The history of the coin goes from the British and French cobniade period to the present years of membership in the common wealth of the nations.


Canada Changing to High Qualaty Coin Security to Prevent Counterfeits Canada is changing their bills from cotton to polymer and the bills will last 23 years longer. Australia was the first to make plastic money. They’re changing because 141,000 bills worth 3.3 million dollars were counterfeited in 2007!! The new currency is modern and harder for people to counterfeit.

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Canadian Dollar Exchange Rate 1 Canadian Dollar (CAD) = 1.0016 (USD) on Marh 25, 2012. The (USD)-(CAD) exchange rate effects the flow of trade. Canadian exporters benefit from the cheap prices of the (CAD) in relation to the (USD). The rates are almost even but 2002 the (CAD) fell aginst the(USD), reaching a low of 61 cents for a (CAD).

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The Canadian Currency The old currency wasn’t always coins and bills. Banks are also trying to stay ahead of the technology curve and introduce better ways to stop counterfeits. The Canadian currency is the seventh most traded currency in the world. To present day the Canadian dollar has greatly apprieceated in value.

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Canadian sports

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Do you know what sports are played in Canada? Well you are about to find out! Canada has a variety of sports similar to the United States. Hockey is the main sport for the Canadians. In addition, government also plays a role in sports. In all, sports are a major part of Canadian life.


Sports in Canada consist of a variety of games. Although there are many, the sports the Canadians value the most are hockey, lacrosse, Canadian football, curling, basketball, and baseball. While other sports have a spectator base, soccer in both English and French has the most registered players of any sports team. As a country, Canada has enjoyed greater success at the winter Olympics than the summer Olympics.

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Does anyone out there in the world know what an invention game is? There is no doubt that if there is a national sporting obsession in Canada and it is with the Canadian invitation game of hockey. Other international sports are played in Canada and have strong professional representation. Canada is represented at the Olympic game and often major champions.

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What is governance in sports? Federal governments are both active and valued in sports! Each has areas of jurisdiction which overlap sports to help athletes excel. Provinces will often focus on student athletes as it falls more cleanly in an area of jurisdiction of education.

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Canadian Food Have you ever wondered what kinds of food Canadians eat? Canada has a lot of the same foods that we do. There are many restaurants in Canada. Canada has food stands on the side of the road where you can buy food. In all food is important to Canadian culture.


There are many restaurants in Canada. They have McDonalds, Burger King, and Subway. They have Japanese & Chinese restaurants. They also have many other restaurants including seafood, Mexican and French too just like in America.


Canada has numerous food stands where you can buy specialty hot dogs and corn dogs. At some other stands you can also buy candy and snack foods. Some food stands specialize in ice cream.


In all, Canada has most of the same foods as we do. Canada has many of the same restaurants as us. Canada has many street stands. Canada has a large variety of food.


Canada has a variety of foods. They have chocolate and candy along with fruits and vegetables. Canadians eat many different foods including sardines, pasta, and bagels. Some specialty foods from the area are caribou, harp seal, maple syrup, Atlantic cod, fiddlehead ferns, and salmon.

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