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Bank of Canada celebrates new $50 note entering circulation


The Bank of Canada today (March 26) began circulating the new $50 bill. This is the second polymer note to be issued in the country after the $100 note was released in November. It is the first of the polymer bank note series to be available in automated banking machines, however.

A ceremony to officially issue the new $50 note, which highlights Canada's commitment to Arctic research and the development and protection of northern communities, will be held at the Canadian Coast Guard's Québec

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