In 1967 Canada printed the dollar bill with no serial number on purpose and instead let the year 1967 substitute for the serial number. This means that your Canadian dollar bill is only worth its face value.
i was at a mall yesterday and i spent my whole day in a store called the house of stamps. inside they were selling a 1973 1 dollar bill for 125$ CAN, of course it was in mint condition. the lady that worked there told me that the same bill in 5/10 shape was worth around 40-55$, which is what i own
The value of a 1930 Canadian five dollar bill varies greatly according to its condition. It can be worth as much as $400 or more if the note is the Port of Spain Trinidad version. It may also be worth as little as $30 depending on condition.
That's not always true. The value of each depends on the exchange rates between the two countries. Sometimes the Canadian dollar is worth more than the American dollar and sometimes the opposite, depending on economic conditions.