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Subject:Re: MONEY IN TORONTO From:Win Day <winday -at- IDIRECT -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 7 May 1997 09:33:57 -0400
At 08:26 AM 5/7/97 -0500, BRidley -at- USCCMAIL -dot- USCC -dot- BMS -dot- COM wrote:
> With the difference in currency, I'm wondering if anybody knows where
> to get Canadian currency for things like paying for the taxi to our
> hotels after arriving by plane?
Depending on what time of day you arrive, the currency exchanges at the
airport may or may not be open.
How about using a bank card in an automatic teller machine? Canadians use
their ATM cards more than any other nationality, and banking machines are
everywhere. You'll find them in the airport, in the hotels, in supermarkets
and shopping malls, and on street corner bank branches.
Email: winday -at- idirect -dot- com
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