Canadian dollar

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the basic unit of money in Canada


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The Canadian dollar equivalent of the quarterly dividend is based on the Bank of Canada noon exchange rate on the record date or, if the record date falls on a weekend or holiday, on the Bank of Canada noon exchange rate of the preceding business day.
NYCO Three months ended March 31 (millions of Canadian dollars, except as noted) 2006 2005 Statistics - Wollastonite Sales (thousands of tonnes) 24 22 Average sales price (US$ per tonne) $ 401 $ 395 Average sales price (CDN$ per tonne) $ 463 $ 484 Income from operations Revenue 11.
dollar cash flows from the Cogen Facilities that have been used to meet Canadian dollar obligations and anticipated unitholder distributions.
dollar transactions, customers' security positions received via Canadian dollars will be immediately available for redelivery in DTC.
Trading in Canadian dollars on the TSX Venture, a Canadian stock exchange should prevent currency confusion and simplify the purchase and sale of the Company's common shares.
dollar relative to the Canadian dollar during this period.
The Company's cash balances are held primarily in Canadian dollars.
TORONTO -- Note to Editors: All figures are in Canadian dollars.
Although approximately 95% of the Company's revenues are earned in US dollars, the Company's financial results are reported in Canadian dollars.
55 million Canadian dollars for the sale of one of its two commercial properties located in Calgary, Alberta.
In addition the Company issued 104,736 shares to Rockside as consideration for providing the US$3,750,000 first tranche of the loan, the share value being equivalent to 10% of the principal amount of the first tranche, converted into Canadian dollars, and using as the share price the weighted average share price for the 10 trading days on the TSX Venture Exchange prior to funding.
However, the decrease in the value of the US dollar versus the Canadian dollar since the option was established has effectively decreased the exercise price in Canadian dollars.
The Company's cash and cash equivalents are held primarily in Canadian dollars.
The high value of the US dollar against the Canadian dollar doesn't deter Canadians from buying US publications.
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