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The Canada 5 Dollars is among the Birds of Canada collection issued in 1986 by the Bank of Canada. The banknote with a pick number P-95e comes in purple, blue, yellow, and green color combinations. Its obverse portrays the national emblem, buildings of the Parliament in Ottawa, and the 7th prime minister of the country Wilfrid Laurier wearing a suit. The reverse of the banknote illustrates a belted kingfisher or a Martin-pecheur perched on a tree branch overlooking a marsh. The 152 x 70 mm paper bill bears the signatures of the deputy governor of the Bank of Canada, Malcom D Knight, and David Allison Dodge who served as the BOC governor. This Canada 5 Dollars is in uncirculated condition and is TAP authenticated.