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New Bills Have Canadian Flavour

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Uploaded on Dec 22, 2011

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VICTORIA -- Since November Canada's new 100 dollar bill has been circulating.

The bill is the first of a new set of polymer notes that will replace the paper bills. By 2013 all bills in Canada will be made of polymer.

The bills have been called "indestructible" and "possibly impossible to duplicate".

On Thursday CTV-Vancouver Island learned they have also been pegged for having a distinct Canadian flavour.

Saanich Police say the bills do not have a smell but many disagree.


Follow Joe Perkins on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/CTVNewsJoe

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