See, even the IMF says we're important:
The high-flying Canadian loonie may soon be joining the elite club of global reserve currencies.
The International Monetary Fund signalled in a new report it is considering asking foreign countries to report their holdings of Canadian and Australian dollars separately, which would technically make them global reserve currencies.
It would be the first addition to the list of five reserve currencies — the U.S. greenback, the Japanese yen, the euro, the British sterling and Swiss franc — since 1999.
Of course when the commodities market tanks, we'll be back to the 60 cent loonie. Enjoy it while it lasts.