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Best Currency Exchange Rate in Canada

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2008/12/05 Historical Exchange Rates

1 CADin CAD
USD0.77111.2969
AUD1.19710.8354
CHF0.93421.0704
CNY5.28040.1894
EUR0.60881.6426
GBP0.52541.9033
HKD5.97640.1673
INR38.31440.0261
JPY71.32390.014
KRW1135.93950.0009
MXN10.60740.0943
NZD1.44880.6902
SGD1.1750.8511





Notes: Exchange Rates may change throughout the day and may differ at the time of booking,and up-to the minute rates may be obtained by contacting any bank branch. Rates can only be guaranteed at the time the purchase or sale is conducted.






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