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Canada's New $100 Bills Melt When It's Hot

Jan 3, 2013 (Morning Edition) — The Bank of Canada released the high-tech bills in 2011. The goal was to make the money indestructible. But some Canadians who have their hands on the banknotes say the plastic bills melt when subjected to extreme heat. Publicly, the Bank of Canada isn't confirming the flaw.

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