Canada's 'Spock' Tribute To Leonard Nimoy
Here's a new term to add to your vocabularly - "Spocking Fives".
The Canadian tradition has found new life following the passing of Leonard Nimoy last week.
After spotting similarities between Canada's seventh prime minister, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, whose face marks the $5 banknote, some ingenious Canadian's decided to "Spockify" him.
It brings new meaning to "live long and prosper".