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I' thinking of sending some money as a wedding present to someone in Canada. Would the local Credit Union be a place to obtain such?

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I think your bank should be able to do this. Here's mine (admittedly going in the opposite direction)...

TD Canada Trust - Banking - Foreign Currency Services

Western Union Money Transfers

Unfortunately the exchange rate is not in your favour at present....

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I have received money in Canada from the United States via USPS international money order, These are cashable at most banks and credit unions in Canada but they must be international.
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