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Canadian paper currency was first printed in 1935 after the establishment of the Bank of Canada in 1934, but the Dominion of Canada had been using paper money printed by the British from 1858 on. From the Canadian confed... More »

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"Dinamani" is a Tamil daily newspaper published from 10 cities in India. It is the oldest Tamil newspaper in the country, and it is owned by The New Indian Express Group who established the paper in 1933 and brought out ... More »

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Gold Silver explains that the most significant difference between money and currency is that currency does not have consistent value. Currency is used as a physical representation of value that changes over time and vari... More »

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The Bank of Canada states that Sir Robert L. Borden, an early 20th century prime minister of Canada, is on the front of the Canadian 100 dollar bill. He was Canada's prime minister from 1911 to 1920. More »

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Find currency conversion rates for Canadian and U.S. dollars by visiting a bank or a number of online sources, such as the Bank of Canada or Bloomberg. Many newspapers also print currency conversion information, although... More »

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Canada no longer uses a dollar bill, as the Royal Canadian Mint now issues coins in its place. The coins entered circulation in 1987 and feature a portrait of Queen Elizabeth on the obverse and a bird called a loon on th... More »

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An example of representative money is a paper check that is issued by a banking institution. The check is physically not money, but it is representative of and viewed in the same manner as money. More »

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