The hunt for Canada’s $1,000 bills: There are nearly a million left, most in the hands of criminal elites
More than 10 years after the $1,000 bill disappeared from circulation 946,043 of them are still out there, somewhere.
The whereabouts of almost $1-billion worth of the banknotes is a mystery rekindled this month at Quebec’s corruption probe when a witness spoke of a safe over-stuffed with cash, including $1,000 notes, inside a political office.
Retired on May 12, 2000, for being mostly used in criminal transactions, any $1,000 note deposited at a bank is destroyed, although the bills — nicknamed “pinkies” by gangsters because of the pinkish-purple ink — remain legal tender. (Postmedia files)
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This is what it’s like to get snuggles from Thomas.
my dream pet
“The Ride” by Rodolphe Guenoden
this is FANTASTIC!
He was literally flirting with death.
That did not go where I thought it was going.
wow so the giant pendulum statue at my friend’s college got taken down because students kept getting naked on it and singing wrecking ball
actual thing that happened
I wanna draw Lemongrabs with my style, Lemonfrankensteins. Bubblegum is so mad scientist.
11 billion years dungeon.