Reid was on the verge of ruin, yet insisted on continuing railway construction. Suffering huge losses, and with no credit or cash resources, Reid issued wage notes to pay his employees.
This fun financial literacy activity will teach kids the value of saving money.
Students will use the concept of historical significance to nominate an iconic Canadian as a portrait subject for the Bank of Canada’s new $5 bank note. They will then create a design for their proposal.
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Also printed by British American Bank Note Company, the back of the purple $10 note features the allegorical image from the 1935 $2 note, a winged Mercury representing transportation.
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