By: Trenton Bernard
Penny (1 cent)
Nickel (5 cents)
Dime (10 cents)
Quarter (25 cents)
Loonie (1 dollar)
Toonie (2 dollars)
5 Dollar Bill ($5)
10 Dollar Bill ($10)
20 Dollar Bill ($20)
50 Dollar bill ($50)
100 Dollar Bill ($100)
CreditsCreated By.…………………………………………..Trenton BernardEdited By.………………………………………..…..Trenton BernardInformation Gathered By..…...
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Canadian money

  1. 1. By: Trenton Bernard
  2. 2. Penny (1 cent)
  3. 3. Nickel (5 cents)
  4. 4. Dime (10 cents)
  5. 5. Quarter (25 cents)
  6. 6. Loonie (1 dollar)
  7. 7. Toonie (2 dollars)
  8. 8. 5 Dollar Bill ($5)
  9. 9. 10 Dollar Bill ($10)
  10. 10. 20 Dollar Bill ($20)
  11. 11. 50 Dollar bill ($50)
  12. 12. 100 Dollar Bill ($100)
  13. 13. CreditsCreated By.…………………………………………..Trenton BernardEdited By.………………………………………..…..Trenton BernardInformation Gathered By..……….……………..Trenton BernardPhotos Gathered By.……….……………………..Trenton BernardEverything By.…………………………….………..Trenton Bernard

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