Canadian Two Dollar Coin?

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The Canadian two dollar coin is part of the currency used in Canada. The coin can be used to purchase items that cost 2 dollars or less within the region.
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The Canadian two dollar coin is called toonie. The coin was introduced on February 19, 1996. On the reverse side of the coin is an image of a polar bear which was created by Brent Townsend.
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