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Canadian currency

Canadians are cleaning up absolutely everything — and are grateful for their plastic bills.
The bill celebrates Canada's heritage and diversity.
Canada "not likely" to go cashless in the next few decades.
As a general rule, you will get the worst rates at currency booths in airports and train stations.
Passing of fake bills to retailers is down by 74 per cent, RCMP says.
The loonie could hit its lowest point in more than a decade.
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The public has some say in whether to build that casino, but nobody asks Canadians if they want to participate in the much larger casino of the global currency market. If you are unemployed, you are likely one of the losers from this giant virtual casino of international currency trading.