Friday, November 18, 2011

ⓌⒽⒶⓉ Will ⓉⒽⒺⓎ Think of Ⓝ€✘Ⓣ: The New Canadian Money

The New Canadian Money! 

Canadian currency has come a long way. And it's going even further. The new polymer notes look and feel quite different, but they're a good change for Canadians. They are highly secure, durable, and innovative.

Pic by Flickr Bank of Canada - Banque du Canada

Feel, look and flip

Feel the smooth, unique texture of the note. It’s made from a single piece of polymer with some transparent areas.
Look for transparency through the large window and the outline of the frosted maple leaf window.
Look at the details in the metallic portrait and building in the large window.
Flip the note to see the metallic portrait and building repeated in the same colours and detail on the other side of the large window.

Benefits For You

Polymer notes carry benefits that you’ll appreciate as you make those basic transactions of everyday life.
  • Secure:
    Their leading-edge security features are easy to verify and hard to counterfeit.
  • Durable:
    They last at least 2.5 times longer than paper notes, reducing processing and replacement costs and environmental impact.
  • Innovative:
    The detailed metallic imagery carried in a transparent area of the notes makes for one-of-a-kind currency.
  • Easy to Handle:
    The new notes feel different from paper notes, but are just as simple to use.


Canada introduces its new bill June 20th 2011 its going to be made out of plastic or as they call it " polymer " Look at the innovative security features and design of the new $100 polymer…

Ok, so I'm expecting one of these new Canadian 'plastic' money any day now...
(Yeah, right. Too bad I haven't seen a hundred dollar bill in about... a hundred years.)

I'm not sure if it's a good thing or not but when I do eventually get one, I shall see!


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