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.
Graphic: Canada’s new money is polymer in your pocket The Post’s Sara Boesveld takes a look at the new $50 and $100 bills.