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On view until Sunday, January 15, 2023
People on the street were randomly stopped and searched, and some were even arrested and imprisoned in an internment camp. Even German marks replaced Canadian currency in circulation—in the form of If Day propaganda notes.
Do you need it, or do you want it? That’s an important question to ask before buying anything. This activity is designed to teach kids how to prioritize their needs and wants, and how to make informed choices when shopping.
From windmills and solar panels to electric cars, signs of the green economy are all around us. Check out our resources for how to teach about the green economy.
Visit us every Thursday to Monday from 10:00 to 17:00 (ET).
Enjoy Financial Literacy Month with us onsite and virtually throughout November. Check out some of our elementary and secondary resources.
We are happy to arrange a tour for groups of 10 or more. We just need a heads-up so we can arrange your visit the way you want it.
We want you to feel safe and comfortable visiting us, so we’re taking every precaution to comply with public health and safety recommendations.
Please observe a few house rules while visiting the Museum so everybody can make the most of their visit.
At the Bank of Canada Museum, we strive to provide each visitor with a positive experience and are committed to accessibility for all.
30 Bank Street
K1A 0G9, CANADA
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