Small: Canadian penny
The penny is not our smallest coin in size but it IS monetarily very tiny. New and shiny, this one would glow in the sun, but few people would bother to bend over and pick it up off the ground.
Medium: Canadian quarter
The quarter is a medium-sized coin that does not buy much on its own anymore, but most people would rescue one if they found it laying on a parking lot's pavement.
Large: Canadian toonie
Canada's largest coin, this one from 2009 celebrates Nunavut's ten-year anniversary as it's own Canadian territory. Before then, Nunavut was part of Canada's Northwest Territorries. You can still buy a cup of coffee with a toonie and receive a quarter or two and maybe a few pennies back in change.
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