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Subject:Re: Money in Toronto From:Beryl Doane <BDoane -at- ENGPO -dot- MSMAILGW -dot- INTERMEC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 8 May 1997 13:02:00 PDT
> Thanks folks for the responses about where to get currency exchanged
> in Toronto -- the airport, bank, and hotel.
> One response, was to get it at my local bank. I called and they will
> make an exchange of .80 for a U.S $1.00.
I went to Vancouver, BC, 2 weeks ago. The exchange rate at SeaFirst Bank
(Seattle) was $1.35 Canadian for $1 US. Check with your bank again or with
another bank. US dollars are worth more than Canadian right now, so you
should end up with more Canadian bills.