1980s Canadian Dollars 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100
16" x 15" x 9"
In the early 1980s, Canada experienced higher inflation, interest rates, and underemployment than the United States did. The Bank of Canada rate hit 21% in August 1981, and the inflation rate averaged more than 12%.
Downward trends in the economy are known as a bear market. This is symbolically due to the fact that all Bears slash down with their claws.
The Canadian Bear combines the various denominations of Canadian banknotes from the 1980s.