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On January 9, 2020, Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says the central bank is working on plans for a new 5-dollars banknote. The consultations are similar to those that led to the choice of Viola Desmond for the 10-dollars banknote. Once the new portrait subject has been selected, the bank note design process will begin. All we know right now is that it will be a polymer note with a vertical design.

After the death of Elizabeth II and the coronation events, the federal government announced that image of King Charles will eventually replace the queen on Canada's 20 dollars notes. The back will continue to feature the Canadian National Vimy Memorial.

The Bank is implementing the Government of Canada's plans and is proceeding with the redesign of the $20 note. As such, work on redesigning the $5 has been stopped.

Viola Desmond remains an icon of the human rights and freedoms movement in Canada. A successful Nova Scotia businesswoman, she defiantly refused to leave a whites-only area of a movie theatre in 1946 and was subsequently jailed, convicted and fined. Her court case was one of the first known legal challenges against racial segregation brought forth by a Black woman in Canada.

5 dollars 2018 to 2022

On January 9, 2020, Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says the central bank is working on plans for a new 5-dollars banknote. All we know right now is that it will be a polymer note with a vertical design. We expect the new $5 note to begin circulating in a few years.

10 dollars 2018 to 2022

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10 dollars 2018 to 2022 values and prices »

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