Canada’s new $20 polymer note, which pays tribute to Canadian servicemen and women, will start ending up in wallets on Wednesday.

Representatives from the Bank of Canada, Veterans Affairs Canada and the Vimy Foundation will mark the first day of the new bill’s circulation at an event at Sunnybrook hospital Wednesday afternoon.

The newest edition of the bill features the Canadian National Vimy Memorial on the back.

The new $100 polymer note was released last November and the new $50 bill went into circulation in March.

The $20 note is the most widely-used bank note, according to the Bank of Canada. The polymer bills have been tested — by boiling, being placed on a hot plate, in an ice box set at -45 C, and put through a crumpling machine. They’ve proven resistant to heat up to 145 C.