The original Canadian 1996 Two-Dollar coin was designed by Campbellford, Ontario local Brent Townsend and the town placed Two-Dollar coin monument to honor his creativity.

Campbellford is a small town of about 3,800 people.

This coin monument in Old Mill Park, along the Trent Severn Waterway was built in 2001 is a 27 feet high and 18 Feet wide and is a replacement of the original coin that was placed in 1996 which was 20 Feet high and had over 700 white and yellow lights

The Canadian Two-Dollar coin dubbed “the Toonie” by Many Canadians was first launched in 1996.

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