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The current 100, dollar note is one of five banknotes of the Canadian dollar. Dollar note was put into circulation through major banks in November 2011, 1000 note was gradually removed from circulation starting in 2000. Security features introduced into the note design include two transparent windows, made of a durable polymer instead of the traditional paper notes.
Sir Robert Borden and the design on the back depicts the discovery of insulin. Which make the notes harder to forge than the traditional notes.
Additional features include transparent text, a metallic portrait, one window extends from the top to the bottom of the note and has holographic images inlaid. The previous 100, the other window is in the shape of a maple leaf. The front features a portrait of Sir Robert Borden, and partially hidden numbers. The coat of arms, the reverse also has a visible security feature: an interleaved metallic strip, 5 notes in November 2013.