Visitors learn how to tell authentic
pieces from sly forgeries and discover the fascinating lengths forgers
will go to hoodwink the unwary!
Spot the differences between fakes
and real artifacts that run the gamut from Natural History and World
Cultures, to modern designer brands in this interactive exhibition.
Also incldues educational information about pirated computer software
and sections on counterfeit currency.
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10am-4pm Hey kids!
Learn how to tell the difference between a real and a counterfeit
bill and how different currencies were used throughout history.
11:00 am Exhibit Grand
Opening | Viewing Gallery
11:30 am Counterfeit
Products with Cst. Blaine Stodolka (40 min)
Intellectual Property (IP) Crime is a universal term that
refers to the theft or unauthorized use of IP rights such
as copyrights, trademarks and patents. Also covered: Piracy,
bootlegging, product counterfeiting and package or logo
| 3:00 Identifying Counterfeit
Money with Marc Trudel from the Bank of Canada
Protect yourself against bank note counterfeiting.