On the 27th November 2017 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 GBP = 1.6941 CAD

Close: 1 GBP = 1.6994 CAD

Average: 1 GBP = 1.6968 CAD

Lowest: 1 GBP = 1.6915 CAD

Highest: 1 GBP = 1.7021 CAD

Today's Live British Pound into Canadian Dollar Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 GBP = 1.6993 CAD

Independent Provider: 1 GBP = 1.6874

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 GBP = 1.6327 CAD

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GBP/CAD Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the British Pound / Canadian Dollar exchange rate conversions on the 27th of November compared.

British Pounds into Canadian Dollars Canadian Dollars into British Pound Date
1 GBP = 1.6994 CAD 0.5884 GBP = 1 CAD on 27/11/2017
5 GBP = 8.4970 CAD 2.9420 GBP = 5 CAD on 27/11/2017
10 GBP = 16.9940 CAD 5.8840 GBP = 10 CAD on 27/11/2017
15 GBP = 25.4910 CAD 8.8260 GBP = 15 CAD on 27/11/2017
20 GBP = 33.9880 CAD 11.7680 GBP = 20 CAD on 27/11/2017
25 GBP = 42.4850 CAD 14.7100 GBP = 25 CAD on 27/11/2017
50 GBP = 84.9700 CAD 29.4200 GBP = 50 CAD on 27/11/2017
100 GBP = 169.9400 CAD 58.8400 GBP = 100 CAD on 27/11/2017
500 GBP = 849.7000 CAD 294.2000 GBP = 500 CAD on 27/11/2017
1000 GBP = 1,699.4000 CAD 588.4000 GBP = 1000 CAD on 27/11/2017
2500 GBP = 4,248.5000 CAD 1,471.0000 GBP = 2500 CAD on 27/11/2017
5000 GBP = 8,497.0000 CAD 2,942.0000 GBP = 5000 CAD on 27/11/2017
10000 GBP = 16,994.0000 CAD 5,884.0000 GBP = 10000 CAD on 27/11/2017
25000 GBP = 42,485.0000 CAD 14,710.0000 GBP = 25000 CAD on 27/11/2017
50000 GBP = 84,970.0000 CAD 29,420.0000 GBP = 50000 CAD on 27/11/2017
100000 GBP = 169,940.0000 CAD 58,840.0000 GBP = 100000 CAD on 27/11/2017
250000 GBP = 424,850.0000 CAD 147,100.0000 GBP = 250000 CAD on 27/11/2017
500000 GBP = 849,700.0000 CAD 294,200.0000 GBP = 500000 CAD on 27/11/2017
1000000 GBP = 1,699,400.0000 CAD 588,400.0000 GBP = 1000000 CAD on 27/11/2017

Latest British Pound News


The British Pound: Is it Now a 'Buy on Dips', Rather than 'Sell on Rallies' Story?

18 October, 2019 |

The Pound has reclaimed its earlier position as the second best performing major currency of 2019 and could now be becoming, for some at least, a 'buy on dips' prospect rather than the 'sell on rallies' story it's been through much of the year but others are urging a cautious approach toward the British currency.


The British Pound Has More Upside Potential against the Dollar than Euro, Says SEB 

18 October, 2019 |

The Pound rallied into the weekend Friday as markets celebrated an ebbing of 'no deal' Brexit risk and Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned from Brussels proclaiming a new deal, but the British currency has more upside left to run against the Dollar than Euro, according to Nordic lender Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB). 


Pound Sterling vs. Euro & Dollar: Risks are Now Skewed to the Upside, Even if Johnson's Deal Fails in Parliament

18 October, 2019 |

The British Pound holds near multi-week highs as the clock counts down to an important showdown in the UK Parliament where MPs will on Saturday be tasked with giving a 'meaningful vote' on the deal struck between the UK and EU in Brussels on Thursday.


Pound Sterling's Rally Fizzles Out as Markets Recognise Brexit Deal will Fail in Parliament

17 October, 2019 |

Pound Sterling has rallied against the Euro, Dollar and other major currencies on confirmation of a Brexit deal being agreed by the EU and UK.


Pound Sterling Today: DUP Holds out Against Deal, but Still Room for Further GBP strength vs. Euro and Dollar says Analyst

17 October, 2019 |

The British Pound was seen maintaining a holding pattern against the Euro, U.S. Dollar and other major currencies on Thursday as markets awaited the outcome of days of intense Brexit negotiations.


Brexit and Sterling Roadmap: Political Agreement Likely, but Legal Agreement Could be Months Away

16 October, 2019 |

Johnson could take a political agreement back to Parliament for a vote, saying that a short extension request will be required to tie up loose ends. But Parliament will likely reject this, opening the door to a period of uncertainty that Sterling will dislike.


Pound Sterling Higher vs. Euro, Dollar on Brexit Breakthrough Headlines

16 October, 2019 |

The British Pound is tipped for another day of volatility as foreign exchange markets eagerly await news of a Brexit deal being reached by negotiators in Brussels who apparently worked through Tuesday night.


Pound Sterling Jumps on Fresh Brexit Progress Report

15 October, 2019 |

The British Pound has hit fresh multi-month highs against the Euro, Dollar and other major currencies on the back of positive briefings out of Brussels where Brexit talks continue, meanwhile there is growing chatter about the need for an emergency EU summit being called for the end of October.


The Pound is Softer after Brexit Deal Euphoria is Replaced by Steely Caution

14 October, 2019 |

Monday sees the British Pound having pared some of the impressive gains recorded last week, amidst news that a Brexit deal between the EU and UK still remains some way off.


Pound Sterling Records +2% Gains on Euro & Dollar, but Beware Disappointment Over Coming Days

12 October, 2019 |

 A critical week for Sterling lies ahead: not only does a deal have to be finalised with the EU, but it must pass through the UK's deeply divided Parliament. We would expect Sterling's rally to extend if next Saturday Parliament passes a Brexit deal.


The British Pound Extends Leap of Faith on Hope of Brexit Progress as Analysts Eye More Gains

11 October, 2019 |

The British Pound is set to become the best-performing major currency of the week thanks to an ongoing leap off the back of renewed optimism that the EU and the UK are close to striking a Brexit deal.


Positive Varadkar-Johnson Meeting Aids Pound Sterling Gains vs. Euro and Dollar

10 October, 2019 |

Supportive news for Sterling exchange rates came out late in the London trading session after the leaders of the UK and Ireland confirmed progress had been made in a much-anticipated meeting aimed to break the current deadlock holding back Brexit negotiations.