Any local bank should do it for you, but you will "lose" some money in the process - the Canadian dollar is not worth as much as the American dollar.
If you are looking to purchase a Canadian money order in Seattle, check with your bank or a local bank. Some banks will do money orders in different currencies.
Definetly money. Your card could corrupt or get chopped up in Canadian Bank machines. And, you can go to a bank and get the American money transferred in to Canadian money.
Visit your local bank, and ask to exchange your money for Canadian currency. The bank will charge, but it's not a huge amount. It is far better to get it from the bank, than in Canada, where they will charge a higher rate.
in 2007 a set of 1954 uncirculated Canadian bank notes from 1954 including the $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100 was worth about $800.00
Generally, they're still worth one dollar in Canada, and can be exchanged at face value in any Canadian bank.
net worth is the money u get from a bank or a loan
USPS will do money orders up to 1000, there is also Nat Bank (National Bank of Canada) branches in Florida
Canadian coins are minted by the Royal Canadian Mint located in Winnipeg. Canadian banknotes are printed under the auspices of the Bank of Canada
Go to a bank or Bureau de Change.
an 1820 bank note will be worth at least $200, as long as it looks nice
No. Canadian money is not printed in Australia. Canadian banknotes are printed by either of two companies: the Canadian Bank Note Company, which is a Canadian security printing company; or BA international Inc, which is a branch of the German printing company Giesecke & Devrient.
Yes, check with your bank for the latest exchange rate.
Canadian Commercial Bank ended in 1985.
Canadian Commercial Bank was created in 1976.
Canadian Bank of Commerce was created in 1867.
Canadian Bank of Commerce ended in 1961.
The population of Canadian Western Bank is 2,010.
Canadian Western Bank was created in 1988.
There will be an established exchange rate and you can probably find a bank that does exchange to get Canadian money for your Mexican money.
Sure; most bank and exchange offices in Mexico would convert Canadian and US dollars as well as Euros.