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2012-12-10 01:30:30
2012-12-10 01:30:30

Canadian cents were made of bronze (98% copper) until 1996.

From 1997 to 1999 they were struck in copper-plated zinc similar to the composition of the US cent post-1982.

Starting in 2000 Canadian pennies were composed of 94% steel, 1.5% nickel, 4.5% copper plating but zinc cents were also produced every year except 2008.

Canada discontinued the 1¢ piece in 2012.

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