|Sub-Unit:||1 Dollar = 100 cents|
The dollar has been the currency of Canada since 1858. A number of central banks keep Canadian dollars as a reserve currency. It's known locally as a buck or a loonie, with the two-dollar coin known as a toonie.
|Sub-Unit:||1 Franc = 100 rappen|
The franc is the currency of both Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Its name in the four official languages of Switzerland is Franken (German), franc (French and Rhaeto-Romanic), and franco (Italian).
|C$ 1 CAD||Fr 0.77 CHF|
|C$ 5 CAD||Fr 3.83 CHF|
|C$ 10 CAD||Fr 7.66 CHF|
|C$ 50 CAD||Fr 38.28 CHF|
|C$ 100 CAD||Fr 76.56 CHF|
|C$ 250 CAD||Fr 191.39 CHF|
|C$ 500 CAD||Fr 382.78 CHF|
|C$ 1,000 CAD||Fr 765.57 CHF|
|C$ 5,000 CAD||Fr 3,827.83 CHF|
|C$ 10,000 CAD||Fr 7,655.67 CHF|
|C$ 50,000 CAD||Fr 38,278.33 CHF|
|C$ 100,000 CAD||Fr 76,556.66 CHF|
|C$ 500,000 CAD||Fr 382,783.28 CHF|
|C$ 1,000,000 CAD||Fr 765,566.55 CHF|
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