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May 24, 2023

Money in 10 Questions: Kids Edition

On view until Fall 2024. Learn more about this exhibition, plan your visit, or check out some exhibition highlights and explore even more online activities.
May 3, 2023

Teaching math using money

By: Jonathan Jerome

From skip counting to making change, working with money is a great way for students to practice math skills.
Content type(s): Blog posts Subject(s): Economy, Financial literacy, Math Grade level(s): Early childhood / Kindergarten, Grade 01, Grade 02
April 27, 2023

Family Fun Weekends

Pop into the Museum for Family Fun Weekends this May 27 to 28, June 3 to 4 and June 10 to 11 for activities offering both financial know how and fun.
April 4, 2023

Caring for your coins

By: Graham Iddon

Coin collecting can be a fun and fascinating hobby. But there are a few things you should know to keep your collection safe and in good condition. Because coins aren’t as robust as you might imagine.
Content type(s): Blog posts
March 22, 2023

Security is in the bank note

By: Graham Iddon

Collage, photo of wild west street, old bank notes, old counterfeiting brochure.
Security printing is a game of anticipating and responding to criminal threats. Counterfeiting is a game of anticipating and responding to bank note design. This cat and mouse relationship affects every aspect of a bank note.
February 2, 2023

Teaching art with currency

By: Adam Young

From design to final product, bank notes and coins can be used to explore and teach art, media and process.
January 31, 2023

Sensory Sundays

For Autism Awareness Month, the Museum will provide a sensory-friendly experience every Sunday.
January 27, 2023

Summer camps at the Museum

Bring your camp crew to the Bank of Canada Museum this summer. Check out our available programs, and book your visit.
January 20, 2023

New Acquisitions—2022 Edition

By: David Bergeron, Krista Broeckx

It’s a new year—the perfect time to look back at some notable artifacts the Museum added to the National Currency collection from 2022. Each object has a unique story to tell about Canada’s monetary and economic history.
Content type(s): Blog posts
December 8, 2022

Winterlude Weekends 2023

Winterlude 2023
From February 3 to 20: Join us every Saturday and Sunday throughout Winterlude for interactive family activities!
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