|Ounce||Canadian Dollar||Canadian Dollar||Ounce|
|1 Ounce =||1334.54 CAD||1 CAD=||0.00075 Ounce|
|2 Ounce =||2669.09 CAD||2 CAD=||0.0015 Ounce|
|5 Ounce =||6672.72 CAD||5 CAD=||0.00375 Ounce|
|10 Ounce =||13345.44 CAD||10 CAD=||0.00749 Ounce|
|20 Ounce =||26690.88 CAD||20 CAD=||0.01499 Ounce|
|25 Ounce =||33363.6 CAD||25 CAD=||0.01873 Ounce|
|50 Ounce =||66727.19 CAD||50 CAD=||0.03747 Ounce|
|100 Ounce =||133454.39 CAD||100 CAD=||0.07493 Ounce|
|1000 Ounce =||1334543.85 CAD||1000 CAD=||0.74932 Ounce|
Canada is one of the world's top gold producers. There are lots of mining companies in Canada; the major mining companies include Placer Dome, Barrick, TVX Newmont Americas (TVXNA), Miramar Mining, Kinross Gold, Newmont and Cambior. By merger of Barrick and Homestake generated one of the world's largest gold mining companies.
The Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WCE) is the only agricultural futures and options exchange, located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In 1887, the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange was established as the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, and its name changed in 1972. In November 1972, the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange opened the Winnipeg Gold Futures Market. In December 2004, WCE became North America's first commodities exchange to utilize a trading platform that is entirely electronic. In September 2007, the WCE became a subsidiary of the Atlanta-based IntercontinentalExchange (ICE). Now, its quotes are traded on the ICE platform.
Trading hours: Electronic (GLOBEX)
Pit: 18:00 p.m. - 17:00 p.m. from Sunday to Friday (ET)
The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is popular for gold investors. It is the official bullion gold coin of Canada, produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. Its purity is 0.9999 millesimal fineness (24 carats). The weights of Maple Leaf coin are in 1⁄25 oz., 1⁄20 oz., 1⁄10 oz., 1⁄4 oz., 1⁄2 oz., and 1 oz.