Canadianforex Fees

Zero forex fees on Canadian Credit Cards?

Hi all, wondering what everyone's experiences are with foreign exchange fees on Canadian CCs when using them abroad? I'm trying to get an idea of the cards that don't charge these fees.
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Questrade or IB as broker with 10K account ? Who is cheap ?

I need your advice, should i move from questrade to IB? I have 10k USD account and i am currently doing 10 to 15 trades a month. I am paying questrade $4.95 to buy + $4.95 to sell and on top of that they charge me live data fee which is about $20. I get rebate for doing certain number of trades. Can you please tell me what will be more beneficial for me based on my number of trade and account size. I trade US stock only in this account.
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How much of my portfolio should I move to Wealthsimple?

Hello PFC,
I primarily bank and trade with BMO, although I also have an account with HSBC. I was quite a passive investor, but now I want to trade more actively, and Wealthsimple with their zero commission trades and no maintenance fees seem like a no brainer. I would like some advice on which parts of my portfolio I should transfer to Wealthsimple, so that I can save the most on fees and avoid Wealthsimple's Forex fees.
I have a premium plan with BMO and have:
-USD accounts (used for transferring USD to Investorline for USD trades)
-RRSP (Holding BMO ETFs and Mutual Funds, around 10K total)
-TFSA (Holding BMO ETFS, Mutual Funds and Savings, around 15K total )
-Investorline TFSA ( Canadian stocks, around 20K)
-Investorline non-registered (US Stocks, around 10K)

Thank for your help!
(edited to add dollar estimates )
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Canadian trading platform

What is a good trading platform that can also be used in Canada? I currently use wealthsimple but im realizing they dont have very many stocks available to trade and its also delayed by fifteen minutes. I would like to get more serious in to day trading/quick trades.
any suggestion or advice would be greatly appreciated. thanks!
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For Canadian Clients of VantageFX (or Canadian Forex Traders in General)

As you likely already know, VantageFX will no longer service Canadians residents as of Nov 30th. This is unfortunate, since VantageFX has done an excellent job serving Canadian clients with higher leverage account options from a well regulated and trusted broker.
Through contacts in the industry, we've been made aware of a new retail account offering at Pacific Union. Pacific Union has a good history of servicing institutional accounts and has only just started taking on retail clients, but they are positioned to service the Canadian clients in the space that VantageFX has left behind.
Further, we were made aware of Pacific Union first by contacts at VantageFX, and then this recommendation was backed up by a trusted source who works closely with both companies.
Again, to be very clear, this post isn't to give undue attention to some random broker.. we are providing this info because Pacific Union is a proper alternative for Canadian based traders that will no longer be serviced by VantageFX.
On that note, I've updated the wiki to include Pacific Union Prime - https://puprime.com:
Subreddit's Canadian Brokers Wiki Page
The only major difference I have noticed so far is lacking MT5, but the word is that Pacific Union will be reviewing MT5 and other enhancements to their offing next quarter after they get past the launch of their retail offering.
Key highlights from my perspective:
Remember, going offshore means you lose CIPF protection on funds, so a well vetted and properly regulated broker is a must!
UPDATE #1: Oct 6th: Took this post off sticky and redacted some info as the connection between VantageFX and Pacific Union Prime was not "official". Pacific Union is still a great alternative / replacement for Canadian clients seeing higher leverage accounts and who are no longer serviced after VantageFX left Canada.
UPDATE #2, Oct 8th: Adjusted this thread again to best reflect where Pacific Union Prime fits with VantageFX and former Canadian VantageFX cleints.
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[IC] Mill Max 0305 small GB in Toronto, ON, Canada

Edit: MOQ Met.

Edit 2: We are at 2040 now. Looking for one or two other people to hit the 2500 MOQ pricing point.

Placing the order soon.
I need some Mill Max 0305 for some upcoming boards. For Canadians it's cheaper or the same to order directly from Mouser than to join any Mill Max GBs. I need about 300, but the savings really kick in if you can hit the 1000 unit MOQ price and the free duty covered shipping that comes with it.
Canada Post is expensive and Toronto has a pretty big number of MK enthusiasts. If we do a local only group buy we can meet up (socially distanced) somewhere in the city and get everybody their sockets.
For 12,700 units or under, Mouser ships via USPS Global Priority Mail for just $8 USD. Since it's USPS and we're ordering a very small quantity, we shouldn't really expect any additional costs. Worst case scenario it'll be 13% extra for HST but that's highly unlikely. I've got a 0 ForEx fee credit card so we should get about the same exchange rate as what it shows on Google.
For 1000 units and over Mouser will ship to Canada for free, duty included in the price. Works out to be around $0.128 CAD per socket. It's slightly higher than what it'd be if we paid in USD, but it's worth it for the peace of mind. I've updated the table below.
Here's a price comparison table. Archetype GB includes shipping to Canada ($12.75), PP fees and an estimate of other overhead costs (1c per socket).
Quantity Mouser Direct (USD) Archetype GB (USD) This local GB (USD) This local GB (CAD)
140 (One 65%) $22.56 $25.63 $13.65 $17.92
280 (Two 65%) $37.12 $38.17 $27.30 $35.84
To keep things simple this will be for 0305 sockets ONLY. It seems like to date there hasn't been a board that has had problems with these.
I'd like to keep the quantity between 1000 - 1200 for this GB. Just 2-5 people max. Like I mentioned before it's locals only.
If you want 500 then I will get the other 500 and call it a day to make things even simpler. You can come pick up from me on the east end, or we can set a date and time somewhere more convenient in the city.
I'll be counting these by weight. I have a very accurate LB501 digital scale. You should still order 5 - 10% more than you need just to account for count / damage during installation.
You can pay me via Paypal and cover the fees, or you can pay me half up front in Interac EMT and pay the other half when you pick up.
I have lots of feedback here and at /ecigclassifieds. I've ran a similar local GB before for DIY flavors so I'm familiar with the process.
If there's enough interest I'll draw up the details and will post / contact you with more info.
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Why buy Canadian ETFs if they are consistently outperformed by US ETFs?

I'm curious about whether Canadian ETFs are worthwhile, as they have been a constant drag on my returns for the past 5 years. I consider the S&P 500 to be the benchmark for any stock returns. It feels like Canadian ETFs will crash every time the S&P 500 does, but we will never rise to new all time highs the same way. The S&P TSX composite has roughly stagnated in the last 15 years, but the S&P 500 has shown substantial gains in that time (and in all of its history).
It is true that past results should not be used to justify future returns, and that Canadian ETFs do have some advantages. Off the top of my head:
  1. No need to pay a forex fee or do Norbert's Gambit
  2. Generally higher dividend payout ratios (helps with total returns)
  3. No 15% dividend withholding tax that US ETFs have
Would it be worthwhile to drop Canadian stocks altogether to chase higher potential returns? Some thoughts:
  1. Lesser geographical diversification
  2. Increased currency risk due to USD:CAD FX
  3. I prefer the assets of the S&P 500 over the S&P TSX. VCN has heavy exposure to banks, oil & gas, and Shopify, which wouldn't be my ideal investment focus at this time.
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Switching institutions and investment strategies

I'm looking to get a little more tuned into investing. For the past several years I've been doing the Canadian Couch Potato strategy of e-series index funds with TD in both my RRSP and TFSA. Each of those accounts has about $30k in it, and I also have a LIRA with about $20k that is invested the same way. I recently moved my TFSA to Tangerine and put it in a savings account (partly to take advantage of a high-interest offer they had, but mostly because I'm planning on purchasing a detached home in the very near future and wanted to keep that money in cash). I already used $25k of my RRSP a few years ago for part of the downpayment on my current home, so the $30k I have in there now is really only going to be used for retirement. I also plan on making larger contributions to the RRSP going forward once I buy my next home (I've been skimping on my annual contributions recently to save for my next downpayment). Basically, that RRSP is going to get bigger (well...hopefully) and I will probably not be withdrawing that money for 30+ years until I retire, so I have a high tolerance for risk with that account. The TFSA is going to be emptied for the new house, but I'll probably build it back up slowly with low-moderate risk e-series index fund or ETF.
Lately I've been thinking of taking the RRSP out of TD and moving it to Questrade to dabble in ETFs and stocks. I know stocks aren't very highly recommended here, so maybe I'm just being naive. I was thinking of doing something like keeping half the RRSP (~$15k) in a high growth ETF like XGRO, and then the other half (~$15k) in US stocks that I can play around with...mostly for fun, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't have a couple friends who did pretty well with Tesla and other similar stocks recently and their enthusiasm about it is a bit infectious. As I contribute to the RRSP, I'll probably aim to keep that mix of half going to the ETF and half to stocks. I plan to keep all the stocks within my RRSP to avoid the withholding tax on US dividends, and also use Norbert's Gambit to avoid the forex fee on that initial conversion of $15k CAD to USD.
Additional context: I'm 31, married (dual income), make about $120k myself (I'm only investing my own money), no debt apart from mortgage, no kids (but could happen in the next couple years).
Am I crazy to do this? Should I just stick to index funds and / or ETFs? Maybe I'm being overzealous with the amount I want to potentially gamble away with stocks?
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Buying U.S. stocks on Wealthsimple vs BMO InvestorLine

I've been investing using Investorline for several months now. I have a decent-sized portfolio and most of it is made up of U.S. stocks. I recently opened a Wealthsimple account to buy some Canadian stocks and ETFs, knowing that it made sense to divide my portfolio up because of Wealthsimple's zero commissions on Canadian stocks.
However, I'm now wondering whether I should move over to Wealthsimple full-time. From what I understand, Wealthsimple charges more on forex for U.S. stocks than the competition. With Investorline, you're paying $9.99 USD per trade + forex. Does anyone know, mathematically, which one of the two options ends up being the cheaper one for us folks trying to avoid higher fees?
I'm not exactly a day trader — I probably average about one trade per month, if even that. Still, I find BMO's fees are pretty high for someone like myself who only has about $2000 - $3000 in each stock.
Hoping to get some good advice here! Thanks!
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Is PrimeXBT Safe for Canadian Traders?

Is PrimeXBT Safe for Canadian Traders?
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With the dramatic increase in the number of traders and investors in Canada that are using PrimeXBT, one question has been asked recently more than others which is whether PrimeXBT is safe for Canadian traders.
The number of Canadian users at PrimeXBT has been growing rapidly throughout 2020 as a sign that the tools and features on the platform are opening up new opportunities for interacting in the market in more optimal ways.
This guide covers whether or not PrimeXBT is safe for Canadian traders, and looks at some of the features and tools of the platform.
The Canadian Market in 2020
Like much of the rest of the world, the Canadian market has seen some of the highest levels of all volatility in 2020 that have been seen in many years, or even at all throughout the history of cryptocurrency.
The Canadian market has seen renewed growth following the contractions throughout 2018 and much of 2019 when the global bear market in the cryptocurrency space drove many retail investors back out of the market after the exponential growth of 2017.
This has led many Canadian traders to wonder whether we are on the brink of another major bull run as was seen both in 2017 as well as 2013, and that would potentially see the price of Bitcoin driven up to the range of $50,000 or more.
The Exponential Growth of PrimeXBT
With the backdrop of the excitement within the global cryptocurrency market in general, and the Canadian cryptocurrency market more specifically, PrimeXBT has been perfectly positioned for exponential growth since its launch in early 2018.
The platform initially launched at the start of 2018 with a waiting list of more than 150,000 traders, and this showed the interest in the platform that was present even before it came onto the market.
As a result of the unique tools and features provided by PrimeXBT, it has grown exponentially over the past few years to become the world’s leading multi-asset margin trading platform and today managing up to $2 billion worth of global trade every day.
What is PrimeXBT?

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PrimeXBT is a margin trading-centric platform that provides high leverage trading on a wide range of cryptoassets as well as many of the world’s leading traditional assets.
Traders at PrimeXBT are able to access up to 100X leverage on a wide range of cryptoassets that include BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC, and EOS.
This is whilst also being able to access up to 500X leverage on a range of traditional assets like stock indices such as the S&P500 and FTSE100, forex pairs such as USD/EUR and AUD/CAD, and commodities such as gold and oil.
PrimeXBT: Security Features
From a security perspective, PrimeXBT is one of the leading trading platforms in the crypto market, and has built a strong reputation for being a safe and reliable platform to trade on.
Much of this is as a result of the bank-grade security features that are implemented throughout PrimeXBT that include mandatory Bitcoin address whitelisting and hardware security modules with rating of FIPS PUB 140-2 Level 3 or higher.
By working to add advanced security solutions throughout its platform, PrimeXBT has shown a strong commitment to protecting the funds and data of its users.
PrimeXBT: Security Track Record
While there are many other platforms in the cryptocurrency space that have suffered devastating hacks over the past 2 or 3 years, PrimeXBT is one of a small number of top tier platforms that have remained hack-free throughout this period.
A good example of this is the Binance hack in 2019 that saw the platform lose more than $40 million of its users’ funds, and more recently the KuCoin hack where more than $150 million was lost by that platform.
In contrast, PrimeXBT has never been hacked and has never been breached by hackers and as such remains as one of the most trusted platforms in the market, having a clean security track record.
PrimeXBT: Excellent Customer Support
In 2019, a study of the top 5 crypto margin trading platforms found that PrimeXBT has the best customer service of all 5, and also was the only platform out of the 5 to have full marks for all for metrics.
These metrics were politeness, responsiveness, helpfulness, and the range of different communication channels that were available to users.
By having an excellent customer support structure, PrimeXBT has ensured that its users are able to get fast and easy solutions to the problems and that there is always a direct line of communication open with the admin at the platform to be able to effectively deal with any issues that arise.
Other Advantages of Using PrimeXBT
PrimeXBT also provides a number of other advantages that are unique to the platform including providing the lowest fee schedule of any major cryptocurrency trading platform in the market with a low flat rate of 0.05% applied to all trades, irrespective of the size of a trade or the asset being traded.
As well as this, PrimeXBT’s users can enjoy a robust trading engine that is built into the core of the PrimeXBT platform and that can execute up to 12,000 trades per second with an average trade time of less than 7.02 ms.
PrimeXBT also has a unique 4-tier referral program where the traders can generate revenue streams from direct referrals, as well as indirect referrals up to 4 levels deep, with this dramatically increasing the profitability of affiliate activities, and netting the top 3 affiliates on the platform more than $1 million in 2019.
In Summary
PrimeXBT is a safe and well-reputed trading platform for Canadian traders and this is the reason for its exponential growth of users and volume within Canada over the past months.
As well as being a safe platform to trade at, PrimeXBT also provides a range of unique tools and features to use in order to maximize profitability in the cryptocurrency and traditional asset markets.
To understand more about the security features on PrimeXBT that have protected its users, check out PrimeXBT’s Security page.
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I'm a Canadian living in the US and I want to pay off a Canadian student loan. What's the best way to convert large amounts of USD to CAD online? PayPal's rates seem awful...

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QT Fail

UPDATE: Told WS what happened and they're going reimburse the forex fees. Thought that was a great gesture!
Just wanted to share my experience with Questrade.
Decided to move my Canadian stocks from my TFSA to WS trade. Started a transfer through WS which said could take up to 5 weeks. Wanted to transfer my USD to my bank account to avoid WS forex fees. Requested a fund transfer to my bank and was assured by two agents that the funds would arrive in 3 business days.
But of course they transferred the USD cash to WS, after I specifically stated for them not too. Funny thing I was I was going to reopen the TFSA and transfer the cash back in anyways. I currently have the rest of my portfolio with QT.
I’ve had so many issues with this broker it’s ridiculous. From trying to deny me free trade promo credits to their ineptitude in handling my transfer in requests. Their front end platform is great but they are destitute when it comes to service and support.
In the meantime I’ll be looking elsewhere to take my investments. The aggravation, time and effort spent dealing with them has been frustrating beyond comprehension. Seems to be all too common as others on this forum have had similar experiences...
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Moving to London from Canada (30y/o) and looking for the basics: bank account, phone plan, credit card, etc.

Greetings from /PersonalFinanceCanada !
I am looking to move to the UK in the coming months to live with my partner who is working in London. I am able to telework/remote work from the UK with my current Canadian job that pays in Canadian dollars. I have a work Visa for the UK, but am not looking just yet. The pay is good enough, even with the low dollar, high pound, to get by in London.
I am hoping some of you can offer some words of wisdom to a financially prudent individual with little knowledge of the UK system. I am looking for a good cellphone plan (I already own a phone, just just a month-by-month or 1-year contract max), an easy bank to open that ideally offers a credit card that I can get with no UK-credit history (I have great Canadian credit history), and any other tips that may aid me in this move.
So, for example, any promos from banks or credit cards that are work looking into?
I also understand that there are more bills in the UK (property tax, water, heat, electricity, etc.) and many cannot be paid by credit card, but through a current/checking account. How does one best set up their finances for this?
Since I'm paid in CAD$ not GBP, I will be transffering using TransferWise the basic amounts I need to get by in London for now, and perhaps using a no fee FOREX credit card for daily purchases.
Thank you all!
BONUS Q: anyone with knowledge of taxation across Canada-UK, please share. Given I'll be teleworking and paid in CAD$, the UK gov't wont even necessarily know I'm living there, but want to make sure I dont have to pay 2x the tax. :S
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Foreign Currency Exchange With Lowest cost

Hi,
I plan to 1) move a fairly significant sum of cash to foreign currency, like Euro, Canadian dollar, etc. and probably 2) invest them in the country's own stock market, like index. 3) I also want to be able to quickly cash out and purchase property in foreign country. After enable forex trading on my fidelity brokerage account I realized there is a 1% cost, either with fee, or less favorable exchange rate. 1% is fairly high, I am wondering if there are better way to do this?
Thanks,
X.T.
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Paying off a TD Canada US Dollar Credit card with BoA Credit Card

Hello, I am wondering how I can pay off my Canadian TD Canada US Dollar Visa card with my Bank of America Visa card.
My options right now are do a wire transfer from my BoA account to TD Canada us dollar chequing account. But that would require me to pay roughly total of 70 USD for outgoing and incoming fee.
Or I can take some money from my TD Canadian dollar account and FOREX it to my US Dollar Account in canada.
Or is there a way I can "pay" a US dollar account that resides in Canada with my BoA Visa?
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Best Trading App for Canadians?

Hello! First just a quick thanks to this subreddit. Really brought my confidence up after I failed with forex.
Just wondering what is the best trading app for Canadians?
I am currently using Wealthsimple. I like the ease of use and interface. However no OTC stocks and no AH or premarket trading or graphs lol.
Tried TD as I bank with them and I really don’t like the interface. It’s harder to use than wealth simple. Also $10 brokerage fee on my first trade ???
Wish we had robin hood here. Any other ideas ?!
Thanks!
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[Spain] Freaking out about my plan to FIRE

I'm a Canadian getting married to a Spaniard and we're planning to live in Spain to be close to her family.
Most of my savings are in CAD and USD and at current rates, they total around 1.5 Million EUR. At a 2% withdrawal rate that would give me around 30k EUyear which is probably enough to cover our cost of living.
I work remotely and can pull in 50-200k EUyear but given Spanish tax rates I'll probably be aiming to make less than <100k EUyear given how high the tax rates are for 60k EUR+. I'll consider it a "semi-FIRE" for the next few years. I still haven't decided whether to go SL or Autonomo but it doesn't seem like there is much difference between the two if I make around 100k EUR based on my calculations.
We don't have a house or plan to buy one right now as we love living internationally and will likely move somewhere new in 5-10 years.
Based on the above, I thought I was in good shape but the more I research Spanish tax rates (which must have evolved from the colonial methods of raping and pillaging all those who are not nobles) the more I'm freaking out about my tax and investment situation here.
  1. We'll live in Castilla y Leon and I understand the wealth tax kicks in at 700k Euros. Can my future wife and I share the allowance (i.e. 1.4 million Euros between the two of us?) or will I get hit for my savings over 700k unless I transfer half of my savings to her?
  2. I historically traded/invested through InteractiveBrokers with long-term passive strategies (Index funds). I'm now reading that USD/CAD ETFs are typically not available to Europeans due to EU laws. I'd rather keep my investments in a diverse mix of currencies - any recommendations on how to do that or the best low management fee ETFs in Europe?
  3. I've read on here that some types of investments can be reinvested in similar funds without being taxed on dividends/ETFs. Does anyone have a link or more information I can read on that? I'm definitely looking for tax-efficient strategies, both with respect to withholding taxes and taxes when I rebalance.
  4. How do ForEx savings/investments get converted for taxes? Is it the spot price on Dec. 31 or average in Q4 of the year or average over the entire year?
    I know a lot about investing and prefer to DIY but I really need to wrap my head around the tax situation here. There seems to be a ton of incorrect opinions and false information spread about and my lack of Spanish ability (I'm learning - but not conversant in technical stuff yet) doesn't help. My fiance and her family are pretty simple and don't seem to have a clue about the world of investing.
If anyone can recommend an English speaking tax lawyer / investment advisor who works on a reasonable fee basis that would be great too.
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Startup Advice/Feedback Appreciated: Robinhood style Trading Platform but for Commodities

Hi all,
Been working on this project for a while, but basically, with all these relatively new fintech startups making trading stocks easier, I wondered why isn't there one for commodities? Well, technically, those looking to trade in actual physical commodities, and not ETFs, futures, etc. Did a bit of digging, and from my perspective: high commission fees on occasion, counterparty risk, lack of transparency regarding underlying assets and who actually owns it, and generally can be a bit inconvenient. That's where the idea started.
So, I flirted with the idea, researched, developed and came up with this: a trading platform where people can buy and sell commodities with no commission. Commodity assets will also be redeemable, though there might be a shipping charge to cover costs of logistics since we don't charge many fees (working on this). There's an annual charge of 0.8% (working on this) of the portfolio value paid in monthly arrears, to cover costs of insurance, storage, maintenance, and to keep the lights on. Transparency will also be key, and that will come in the form of asset audits, recorded history of transactions, etc.
Team-wise, we've got a tech professor specialising in cyber security & fintech, ex-Royal Canadian Mint, 25+ years equity, forex (and others) investotrader, and a couple more.
What do you guys think? Feedback is appreciated and thanks in advance! Also, if there's anything I can do for you guys, give me a shout!
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Using card in McGill/ Montreal

Hi all, just wondering if most places on the McGill campus and in Montreal take card. I’m an incoming international student and don’t want to have to worry about exchanging too much of my home currency into CAD and would rather use my card.
Thanks for any help!
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Moving to live in another country, but getting paid in CAD$, how best to arrange my finances

I will be moving temporarily (12 months) to work in another country but will remain earning in Canadian dollars. I will not be changing my tax or residency status (remaining Canadian) but looking how best to optimize my spending. Obviously I will need to transfer over $XXX to a new local bank account, but also suspect that I will be buying lots of things and getting hit by typical 2.5% exchange fees.
Looking for advice on the following:
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Blaine, WA Chevron trying to rip off Canadians

Hello. Just a head's up. There is a Chevron right when you enter Blaine, WA. They're selling gas at 3.99 a gallon. That's 80 cents a gallon more than I filled up not too far away. And there is a sign at the front that says "Canadian conversion = $1.06 per Litre". I'd read that as gas there costing $1.06 CAD per Litre. A bargain, right? Wrong. It's actually $1.36 CAD per litre when you exchange it. The $1.06 comes from dividing 3.99 per gallon by 3.8 thus you get $1.06 USD per Litre. I asked a few locals. They said this gas station is known for trying to rip Canadians off.
There's is a ton of normal priced gas stations (3.15 - 3.30 USD per gallon) not too far away. Don't get ripped off by these greedy bastards.
https://www.google.ca/maps/@48.9953993,-122.7517722,3a,75y,88.31h,88.53t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s5Ktr9U_qX87F3l6Ef22D4Q!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
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Anyone trading in USD but withdrawing in CAD with Interactive Brokers?

A rather newbie question...I've been trading in USD with IB (funding directly from my USD account with a Canadian bank) and I'm just looking to see if it's possible to make withdrawals directly into my CAD chequing account with the same bank so I can avoid those high exchange fees.. I've come across some posts about doing forex conversions with IB and taking advantage of their low fees but would this require me to open a separate account with IB denoted in CAD before I can make withdrawals in CAD? Or is it somehow possible to do straight transfers from my IB USD account to my CAD chequing account without even going down the forex route? Thank you in advance!
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