What to spend your Canadian dollars on:
Entry to Toronto Skypod
3-mile taxi ride
Postcard and a stamp
Bottle of water
Must-sees in Canada
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A deep dive on Canadian dollars
Back in 1821, the Montreal Bank issued the first notes. 20 years later, the first Canadian pounds were born. However by 1858, the Canadian dollar was issued to more closely align with the US dollar, and the Bank of Canada's first banknotes came along in 1934. In 2011 Canada began to produce a more duarble plymer note similar to those used in Australia.
More info on Canadian dollars
The most commonly used Canadian dollar bills are the $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 bills. There are also $500 and $1000 notes, but these aren't seen often because of their high value.
Buying Canadian dollars online is easy
Free next-day UPS shipping on orders over $1000
- 1. Select your currency
Just tell us which currency you'll need for your trip abroad and how much you'd like to order
- 2. Choose how to get it
You can get your currency delivered to your door or pickup at over 100 Travelex stores
- 3. Pay online
Use either your debit card (recommended) or credit card and you’re all set