Canada’s flawed bill: Our $20 bill depicts a non-native maple species. What else is wrong with it?When it unveiled its new paperless, plasticized $20 bills in May 2012, the Bank of Canada touted its high-tech anti-counterfeiting technology. “This new $20 note fits the bill,” they said. Ha ha! Nice pun. Too bad they didn’t mention that little problem with them melting. There have been other complaints too. The Post‘s Steve Murray investigates.
Why is the Queen of ENGLAND still there?
"This drab, lifeless mockery is a slap in the face to our Norwegian friends."
Eager to write “On Fancy: A theoretical treatise”. Coming soon to an Amazon near you.
main problem with this bill is that it’s fuck ugly
Stupid yanks and their linen money talking smack about plastic bills. NZ/AU have had plastic bills for years and they...
Non native maple species, and German British parasite?