Toonie


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Toonie

An informal term for the Canadian two-dollar coin. It was introduced in 1996. See also: Canadian dollar.
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This iconic image has been reproduced on a limited-edition toonie to commemorate the start of the Second World War 75 years ago.
Unlike Toonie, Sponge, Shooter, Puddy and Boop, I have discovered Buzz is a Sarf Londoner.
At that time, Canadian Anglicans were asked to record themselves singing Silent Night and to contribute a toonie each.
Each participant was asked to give at least a toonie ($2) toward the work of the Council of the North.
Northampton ace Toonie, the most dynamic stand-off in Britain, played at centre against Wales - and helped set up a first-half try for Scott Hastings with a brilliant flip-pass.
The club's loonie and toonie drive resulted in $1,730 for Camp Trillium.
23, videotape it, and then send videos to the General Synod church office in Toronto: It also asked each participant to give at least a toonie ($2) towards the work of the Council of the North.
How can any Toonie walk with confidence into any ground home or away?
By the end of the week, more than $1,850 had been raised (through donations and by selling soup for a toonie to passers-by) for The Mustard Seed mission to the homeless in Calgary.
In over 500 places across Canada and beyond, Anglicans gathered to sing Amazing Grace and to put a toonie on the plate to support ministries in the Council of the North dioceses.