Faces of the monarch. As a Commonwealth country, Canada has included the likenessâ€”or 'effigy'â€”of the reigning monarch on its coins since the Royal .
Banknotes of the Canadian dollar are the banknotes or bills (in common lexicon) of Canada,. . The $1 and $2 denominations have been replaced with coins, colloquially referred to as the "loonie". not Braille) in the upper right corner on the face of each note to aid the visually impaired in identifying currency denominations.
Canadian Coins. Loonie (one dollar) The Loonie is a large coin made of gold-coloured nickel. Toonie (two dollars) The Toonie or Twoonie is a distinctive-looking coin made of two different colours of metal. Quarter (25 cents) Dime (10 cents) Nickel (five cents) Penny (one cent)
Canada's one dollar is a coin, it's called a Loonie. Queen Elizabeth II is on the face of this coin, not a prime minister or a president. Canadian one dollar coins replaced paper bills in 1987.
The obverse side of the Canadian coin features the face of Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse side features a beaver sitting on a rock representing the .
Bank of Canada values and prices of 1954 with the devil's face banknotes. The Bank of Canada had both bank note companies modify the face plates by .