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Convertable peso vs cuban peso??

I’m traveling to Cuba soon, and I’m confused about the two types of currency - the convertible peso and the regular peso.

Which one do I need? Or do I need different ones for different things?

Also, I’m Canadian, and I’ve read something about not being able to exchange pesos in Canada…what’s up with that? Is it true?

I hear that some people have scams to tourists… Continue reading

8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 12, 2010 at 1:47 pm

Categories: Economics   Tags: Canada, currency, different things, scams, tourists, traveling to cuba

do you sometimes get U.S money in your change?

when i got my change back from a store i found a canadian penny. and then i thought if this same thing happen to people in canada, so have you ever gotten a U.S nickel or dime or any type of U.S currency back as change?
1 U.S. dollar = 1.08050053 Canadian dollars, not that much higher, its just more expensive in canada

and the question was directed to canadian… Continue reading

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 10, 2010 at 1:49 pm

Categories: Economics   Tags: Canada, canadian citizens, canadian dollars, Canadian Penny, currency, Nickel

In canada isnt it difficult to chashier because of the two extra coin values?!?!?

Im a chashier in washington and I was thinking about since canadians use loonies and toonies for one dollar and two dollar values… isnt that annoying to manage at the register?

100 "one dollar" coins VS 100 "one dollar" bills?

Doest anyone else see what i mean?

rofl. I might get a job in canada because im goin there for college and im wondering how different its… Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 29, 2010 at 3:37 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: Canada, Canadian Money, canadians, chashier, Coins, Dollar Values, Job, loonies, toonies

Coin Collecting Help Please?

Hello! I have a small collection of coins that I want to grow large. I need to know where to get binder pages I can put my coins in so I can easily look through them and organize. So if you tell me where I can get them, please note I am in Canada, I will give you 20 points. Thank you so much for the great help everyone :)

4 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - at 7:49 am

Categories: Collecting   Tags: binder, Canada, Coins

In canada isnt it difficult to chashier because of the two extra coin values?!?!?

Im a chashier in washington and I was thinking about since canadians use loonies and toonies for one dollar and two dollar values… isnt that annoying to manage at the register?

100 "one dollar" coins VS 100 "one dollar" bills?

Doest anyone else see what i mean?

rofl. I might get a job in canada because im goin there for college and im wondering how different… Continue reading

4 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 28, 2010 at 9:38 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: Canada, Canadian Money, canadians, chashier, Dollar Coins, dollar store, Dollar Values, Job, loonies, toonies

what about the people in canada?

ok so the other day i went shopping and found a Canadian quarter in the change they gave me, or at least i think it was a quarter lol. so my question is do people in Canada find American coins when they get their change back??… Continue reading

17 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 22, 2010 at 12:01 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: American Coins, Canada, canadian quarter, lol, shopping

questions on quebec and canada pllz! answer only if you can help.?

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(5 Points) How many parties are currently represented in Canada’s Parliament?

two

three

four

five

Why do Canadians refer to their one-dollar coin as the loonie?

There is an image of the waterbird (the loon) minted on the coin.

Canadians do not like how their one-dollar coin looks.

A child gave the coin this nickname several years… Continue reading

6 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 17, 2010 at 5:25 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: Canada, canadians, Dollar Coin, english speakers, french speakers, french word, hand gestures, lacrosse, loon, loonie, national sports, nickname, parliament, soccer, waterbird

Anyone heard of the North American Union? Is this for real?

Is it also true that we are going to have a new currency called the amero? Is there really a super-highway being built through Texas to link Mexico with Canada? Can this be why the Canadian dollar is almost par with the American now? Finally, will this mean that America has finally achieved it’s "manifest destiny"? Or will America not exist as we know it now? Why, if this is… Continue reading

6 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 9, 2010 at 9:00 am

Categories: Economics   Tags: amero, Canada, Canadian Dollar, currency, manifest destiny, Mexico, quot

What do you have to do, to get your face on US currency?

Besides becoming President? Other than Washington, what is the criteria for the others to be on it, and not the rest. What symbolic message do you get, when you see their faces? Also, in this "new world order" do you think it will have to change? If the US, Canada, & Mexico are to become 1 economy, do you think the US will have to include Mexicans and Canadians on… Continue reading

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 5, 2010 at 3:01 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: amp, Canada, canadians, Coins, economy, faces, mexicans, Mexico, money, new world order, symbolic message

what is the value of this coin?

i have a 1922 canadian half dollar. on the face side there is written "georgivs v del gra rex et ind imp" on the tail side is a ring of maple leaves with a crown at the top. written is "50 cents canada 1922" what would this coin be worth?… Continue reading

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 4, 2010 at 8:56 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: 50 cents, Canada, face side, gra, Half Dollar, imp, rex

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