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    Canadian Currency: Everything you Need to Know

    This is a brief breakdown for you to better understand what currency Canada uses, what Canadian currency looks like, the Canadian currency symbol, and if banks will take Canadian coins.

    ...e Toronto International Film Festival, Niagara Falls, or Banff National Park, you’ll most likely have some loose Canadian loonies and toonies rattling around in your pockets. Be sure to stop by your local CXI to exchange your Canadian coins. Visi...

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    CXI Now Exchanges Select Foreign Coins

    Introducing a new solution for international travelers looking to exchange foreign coins.

    ...al-align:top; } £1 British pound (GBP) £2 British pounds (GBP) $1 Canadian loonie (CAD)  $2 Canadian toonie (CAD)  €1 European euro (EUR)  €2 Europea...

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    FX Forecast: Gloomy Outlook For The Canadian Dollar

    The Canadian dollar sinks below the 70 cent U.S. level for the first time since 2003.

    Photo: morbokat   The Canadian dollar also known as the loonie, went down to 69 cents reaching its lowest point on Tuesday, January 12 for the first time since 2003. It is projected that the Canadian dollar will continue to depreci...

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