How is money made in Canada?

Answer Canadian money has been manufactured at the Ottawa Mint since 1908. The mint produces paper money and metal coins, including commemorative issues. Coins are produced in $.01, $.05, .$.10, $.25, $.5... Read More »

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Do you need Canadian money in Canada?

You do not have to have cash in the Canadian currency when you visit Canada, but it will make shopping and getting around easier and cheaper. Retailers and restaurants usually accept Visa or Master... Read More »

Can I use American money in Canada?

Many merchants throughout Canada will accept U.S. currency, but the exchange rate may not be in your favor. A Canadian bank is the best place to exchange American money. Canadian currency is in the... Read More »

How much money can you bring into Canada from the U.S.?

Any amount of money equal to or greater than $10,000 Canadian (or the equivalent in U.S. dollars) must be reported to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) upon arrival in Canada, according to t... Read More »

What is money called in Canada?

Canadian currency is called the dollar, not to be confused with the U.S. dollar. Between 2005 and 2009, it took between 1.03 and 1.21 in Canadian dollars to equal one U.S. dollar, according to the ... Read More »