Japanese yen to Canadian dollar conversion

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Japanese yen Canadian dollar
1.00 CAD$0.01
2.00 CAD$0.02
3.00 CAD$0.03
4.00 CAD$0.04
5.00 CAD$0.06
6.00 CAD$0.07
7.00 CAD$0.08
8.00 CAD$0.09
9.00 CAD$0.10
10.00 CAD$0.11
11.00 CAD$0.12
12.00 CAD$0.13
13.00 CAD$0.14
14.00 CAD$0.15
15.00 CAD$0.17
16.00 CAD$0.18
17.00 CAD$0.19
18.00 CAD$0.20
19.00 CAD$0.21
20.00 CAD$0.22
Japanese yen Canadian dollar
21.00 CAD$0.23
22.00 CAD$0.24
23.00 CAD$0.25
24.00 CAD$0.27
25.00 CAD$0.28
26.00 CAD$0.29
27.00 CAD$0.30
28.00 CAD$0.31
29.00 CAD$0.32
30.00 CAD$0.33
31.00 CAD$0.34
32.00 CAD$0.35
33.00 CAD$0.37
34.00 CAD$0.38
35.00 CAD$0.39
36.00 CAD$0.40
37.00 CAD$0.41
38.00 CAD$0.42
39.00 CAD$0.43
40.00 CAD$0.44
Japanese yen Canadian dollar
41.00 CAD$0.45
42.00 CAD$0.46
43.00 CAD$0.48
44.00 CAD$0.49
45.00 CAD$0.50
46.00 CAD$0.51
47.00 CAD$0.52
48.00 CAD$0.53
49.00 CAD$0.54
50.00 CAD$0.55
51.00 CAD$0.56
52.00 CAD$0.58
53.00 CAD$0.59
54.00 CAD$0.60
55.00 CAD$0.61
56.00 CAD$0.62
57.00 CAD$0.63
58.00 CAD$0.64
59.00 CAD$0.65
60.00 CAD$0.66
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Japanese yen

The Japanese Yen (pronounced "en" in Japanese) is the official currency of Japan. In use since 1871, the currency is the third most traded currency in the world. The currency's coins include denominations of ¥1, ¥5, ¥10, ¥50, ¥100 and ¥500 and banknotes are available in ¥1000, ¥2000, ¥5000 and ¥10000. One Yen is equal to 100 Sen and 1000 Rin. To protect users from counterfeit banknotes, Japanese authorities take great care to ensure all banknotes are kept clean and undamaged by examining all notes that are returned to the bank and replacing and destroying any that are not of a particular standard. The ¥5 and ¥50 coins feature a hole in the center.

Canadian dollar

In 1954 a series of Canadian banknotes was released that gave the illusion of a grinning demon behind the ear of the Queen on her hair. These commonly became known as the Devils Head banknotes. The banknotes were consequently modified in 1956 by darkening the highlighted hair on the face plates. In the late 1990’s The Solicitor General of Canada requested the $1000 be withdrawn from production and removed from circulation as it was widely being used in organized crime for money laundering. It was removed from circulation in the year 2000.

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