What does Canadian money look like?

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Canadian money is made up of notes and coins which look different. For instance, a Canadian five dollar bill is dominantly blue in colour. It also features the coat of arms, a portrait of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and a photo of the parliament buildings and the West Block. Since the notes and coins all look different, please visit vancouver-hm for more information.
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