Exchange Rates  
The Bank of Canada exchange rates are nominal quotations based on offical parities or market rates in terms of United States dollars, converted into Canadian dollars around noon Ottawa Time. These daily average exchange rates are then used to calculate the montly average exchange rate.
 
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Instruction
1. Select the data frequency by clicking on the appropriate button, e.g. By Month, By Quarter or Custom Period.
2. Select the date range by clicking and dragging the buttons on either end of the time scale.
3. Select the desired indicators by clicking the checkboxes. By default all indicators are selected.
4. Click the Refresh button to view the chart.
5. Click the Export Data button to download the data to an Excel file.
6. Click the Show Table button to view the data in tabular form.
7. Click the Show Chart button to return to the chart.
8. Click a data point on the chart to view further details.
EUR - The Euro is the offical currency of the Eurozone
GBP - The pound sterling is the offical currency of the United Kingdom
USD - The U.S. dollar is the offical currency of the United States
YEN - The Japanese yen is the offical currency of Japan
 
2000 - 2020   |  Jan - Jun [ hide toolbox ]
Export Data  

 EUR  
 GBP  
 USD  
 YEN
    2020
Jan-Jun
% change over 2019
Jan-Jun
EUR EUR 1.50338 -0.19%
GBP GBP 1.71942 -0.34%
USD USD 1.36507 2.38%
YEN YEN 0.01261 4.07%
Data Source: Bank of Canada