What's That Smell? Pancakes Or Canadian $100 Bills
RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:
Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne.
We all know pancakes are best when slathered with maple syrup. But cash? The Bank of Canada is denying it's given its new plastic $100 bills a syrup scent. The rumor is that the new bills contain a scratch-and-sniff section. The Canadian press obtained a bunch of emails to the bank about the fabled edition of the maple syrup. One complained the notes stick together. Another lamented that some had lost their smell.
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