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Bank of Canada issues C$20 polymer bank note

Canada's new banknote

The Bank of Canada has started distributing new polymer C$20 banknotes, following over three years of preparatory work – more than for any other note in Canada – to replace the most widely used, and counterfeited, banknote in Canada.

The new C$20 notes, which feature a portrait of the Queen of Canada, Elizabeth II, on the front and the Canadian National Vimy Memorial on the back, entered circulation today, following a ceremony at the Canadian War Museum. The ceremony was hosted by Bank of Canada

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