10 Canadian Dollars Banknote

10 Canadian Dollars Banknote


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10 Canadian Dollars Banknote Design

The 10 Dollars note front design features Sir John A. Macdonald, Sir George-Étienne Cartier, Agnes Macphail, and James Gladstone at left-center, also in The Hall of Honour in the central corridor of the Centre Block on Parliament Hill. The reverse note side has the image of five different landscapes: Capilano Lake and Lions/Twin Sisters mountains (Western Canada); wheat field outside Regina, Saskatchewan (Prairie provinces); Kipawa River and trees of Canadian Shield in Parc national d’Opémican (Central Canada); also rocky coast of Cape Bonavista (Eastern Canada); northern lights above Wood Buffalo national park (Northern Canada),also across the banknote. This note is part of the 2017 Polymer Commemorative issue series 150th anniversary of confederation and, its color is purple.

Text: Agnes Macphail, Bank of Canada – also Banque du Canada, Canada, Canada 150, Dix – Ten Dollars, James Gladstone Akay-na-muka, Mission / Issue 2017, Ottawa, Sir George-Étienne Carter, Sir John A. Macdonald, This note is legal tender / Ce billet a cours légal, 10, 1867-2017.

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The Canadian dollar is the official currency in Canada.

The first paper money issued in the country was the British army’s notes since 1813 and 1815.

The Canadian dollar had an initial introduction dating from the 1830s, and in 1871, after all the government approved the Uniform Currency Act to unify the currency in all Provinces of the country. Currently are circulating banknotes in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 dollars.

Canada currency symbol

The currency of Canada is called the Canadian dollar and is denoted as C$. Also in Forex trading, its currency abbreviation is CAD.

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