March 27. 2002, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; <br />
<br />
Paul Martin,Canada's Minister of Finance (and possible replacement to Liberal leaderJean Chretien)<br />
unveil The second bank note in the new Canadian<br />
Journeyl, March 27th, 2002  in Montreal, Canada.<br />
<br />
Guests including Jean B»liveau, former NHL hockey player for the Montr»al Canadiens,<br />
 Kim St. Pierre, member of the gold-medal-winning<br />
Canadian Olympic women's hockey team in Salt Lake City,<br />
 and Myriam B»dard, Olympic gold medallist in the biathlon <br />
where attending the event that took place early this morning at the AMC Pepsi Forum Cinemas (build onside the former Forum hockey rink).<br />
<br />
The new $5 note will be available at financial institutions across Canada at approximately 10:30 a.m., on Wednesday, 27 March 2002
Paul Martin
March 27. 2002, Montreal, Quebec, Canada;

Paul Martin,Canada's Minister of Finance (and possible replacement to Liberal leaderJean Chretien)
unveil The second bank note in the new Canadian
Journeyl, March 27th, 2002 in Montreal, Canada.

Guests including Jean B»liveau, former NHL hockey player for the Montr»al Canadiens,
Kim St. Pierre, member of the gold-medal-winning
Canadian Olympic women's hockey team in Salt Lake City,
and Myriam B»dard, Olympic gold medallist in the biathlon
where attending the event that took place early this morning at the AMC Pepsi Forum Cinemas (build onside the former Forum hockey rink).

The new $5 note will be available at financial institutions across Canada at approximately 10:30 a.m., on Wednesday, 27 March 2002

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Source: Agence Quebec Presse
Date: 27 Mar 2002
Location: Montreal QC Canada
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