Some Canadians claim new currency smells like maple syrup
"To some, the allure of money is irresistible, but even the most frugal spender may be drawn to Canada's new plastic bills if the rumors are true: A significant number of Canadians claim the currency smells like maple syrup."
Are Canada's $100 polymer bills really maple-scented?
"The penny may be history, but some Canadians suspect the Bank of Canada has been circulating a new scent along with its plastic bank notes."
How much does it cost to produce currency and coin?
"Each year, the Federal Reserve Board projects the likely demand for new currency, and places an order with the Department of the Treasury's Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which produces U.S. currency and charges the Board for the cost of production."
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Canada issues glow-in-the-dark dinosaur quarter
"Less than two weeks after announcing it was removing the penny from circulation, the Royal Canadian Mint is back in the news after revealing plans for a glow-in-the-dark quarter featuring an illuminated dinosaur skeleton."
What Is Money?
"Without it, modern economies could not function."