Converter Canadian dollar

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Exchange rate of Canadian dollar , currency of Canada

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1 CAD = 50.1509 INR
1 CAD = 39.4928 PHP
1 CAD = 282.4443 NGN
1 CAD = 15.0048 MXN
1 CAD = 86.0332 PKR
1 CAD = 65.1916 BDT
1 CAD = 0.7830 CUC
1 CAD = 98.0078 JMD
1 CAD = 119.9182 LKR
1 CAD = 3.5316 GHS
1 CAD = 2.8759 AED
1 CAD = 27567.3254 IRR
1 CAD = 80.9279 NPR
1 CAD = 2.1161 XCD
1 CAD = 5.2875 TTD
1 CAD = 5.7747 GTQ
1 CAD = 0.0030 LTC
1 CAD = 17791.3675 VND
1 CAD = 37.8665 DOP
1 CAD = 21.5213 ETB
1 CAD = 435.3138 XOF
1 CAD = 54.2398 AFN
1 CAD = 80.7620 KES
1 CAD = 1.5660 BBD
1 CAD = 3.1972 MYR
1 CAD = 0.6636 EUR
1 CAD = 936.5236 IQD
1 CAD = 3.0244 TRY
1 CAD = 498.9355 CLP
1 CAD = 0.5552 JOD
1 CAD = 435.3138 XAF
1 CAD = 163.1990 GYD
1 CAD = 7.3971 MAD
1 CAD = 1.0546 SGD
1 CAD = 217.7130 XDG
1 CAD = 2844.0930 UGX
1 CAD = 0.7830 USD
1 CAD = 2345.8649 COP
1 CAD = 403.2279 SYP
1 CAD = 1.9450 TND
1 CAD = 1184.5560 LBP
1 CAD = 1757.4692 TZS
1 CAD = 101.9975 SSP
1 CAD = 2.9365 SAR
1 CAD = 2.4869 POT

Use of the converter

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Currency Of Canada

The Canadian currency, the loonie

Canada is part of the Commonwealth, so although it's completely economically and politically independent, Queen Elizabeth II of England is Canada's head of state (just like Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere). It's unsurprising to find the Queen's "mug shot" on the back of all Canadian coins as well as on the twenty-dollar bill.

Besides this, banknotes usually feature busts of former prime ministers from the early 20th century, whereas coins feature some of Canada's emblematic wildlife: the beaver, the caribou, the loon and the polar bear. The maple leaf only appears as a watermark on all banknotes.

The "loonie" is also a common name Canadians give their currency. They may also call their dollar a "piastre" in French (pronounced "piasse").

The Canadian dollar was first introduced in 1857 on the markets. Its equivalent in "gold" at the time was the same as the US dollar, but since 1950, Canada has refused to peg its exchange rate to the greenback.