What kind of money is used in Canada?

Answer The unit of currency in Canada is the Canadian dollar. In May 2010, one Canadian dollar was equal to 94.8 cents in American currency. Bank notes are distributed to banks by the Bank of Canada, and ... Read More »

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What kind of OTC laxative should I get (CANADA)?

Laxatives are unhealthy and unnecessary if you eat the right foods.OTC laxatives include magnesium sulphate ((Epsoms salt) and many others.You probably need to improve your diet as you seem to have... 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 Peruvian money is in Canada?

Peru had only $1 million in Canada in 2003. August 2009 a new free trade agreement between Peru and Canada was announced. It increased Peruvian exports to Canada. Peru exported $2.5 billion in p... Read More »

How is money made in Canada?

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 »