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While you can still use pennies, beginning Monday expect to see businesses start rounding to the nearest nickel when you pay in cash. In an effort to save $11 million a year the penny is being phased out and after Monday the Royal Canadian Mint will no longer distribute pennies to financial institutions. “The penny has been with us, you know, I would suspect any of your readers don’t go back as far as pre-penny,” Retail Council of Canada senior vice president Dave Wilkes said Friday. “So there is going to be change. There is going to be a period of adjustment but our international experience suggests after that period of adjustment things will get back to normal.” Read more: blogs.windsorstar.com...
Originally posted by winterkill
Having said that, I think I found the answer over here LOL
Originally posted by inj3ct0r
Want to save money?
Stop giving aids to middle eastern countries who hate US so much.
I bet you would save more than 11 million $.
beginning Monday expect to see businesses start rounding to the nearest nickel when you pay in cash.
Originally posted by Chukkles
Will they round up or down?
No more "3.99" or similar?