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Question 1: The new Canadian pound was equal to four U.S. dollars (92.88 grains gold), making one ________ equal to 1 pound 4 shillings 4 pence Canadian.
Danish kronePound sterlingEuroGibraltar pound

Question 2:
What is Canadian dollar's nickname?
The Bucks or Lillywhites
Buck, Damn Born
Loonie, buck
Bucktown, Sunny Buck

Question 3: As a compromise, in 1853 an act of the Legislative Council and Assembly of Canada introduced the gold standard into Canada, based on both the British ________ and the American gold eagle coins.
Threepence (British coin)Pound sterlingSovereign (British coin)One pound (British coin)

Question 4: Others, including the Montreal Bank (later called the ________), issued notes for several decades.
Bank of MontrealRoyal Bank of CanadaTimeline of Montreal historyScotiabank

Question 5: Canadian English, like ________, uses the slang term "buck" for a dollar.
AlaskaEnglish languageUnited StatesAmerican English

Question 6: Canadian dollar banknotes issued by the Bank of Canada are ________ in Canada.
Indian rupeeLegal tenderEuroPound sterling

Question 7: In 1871, ________ went decimal within the U.S.
Newfoundland and LabradorCanadaNova ScotiaPrince Edward Island

Question 8:
Unlike other currencies in the ________, whose values were fixed, the Canadian dollar was allowed to float from 1950 to 1962.
Bretton Woods systemCentral bankFederal Reserve SystemInternational Monetary Fund

Question 9: As of 2007, the Canadian dollar was the 7th most traded currency in the world, behind the US dollar, the euro, the yen, the pound sterling, the Swiss franc and the ________.
New Zealand dollarFijian dollarSolomon Islands dollarAustralian dollar

Question 10: In 1851, the Legislative Council and Assembly of Canada passed an act for the purposes of introducing a ________ unit in conjunction with decimal fractional coinage.
Gibraltar poundPound sterlingEuroDanish krone
















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