No they currently don't, here is their answer.
Thank you very much for your email and for allowing us to assist you
with your doubts.
We do not have tables in CAD, however this is not an issue that will affect you, please find the details below.
PokerStars currently offers games and tournaments in USD, EUR and GBP
and we may offer games in other currencies in the future. Besides USD
and EUR, we also offer the option to hold your account balance in GBP
or CAD and to make any of these four currencies your 'Preferred
In order to make it easy to play games in currencies other than your
'Preferred Currency', PokerStars has enabled features which will allow
you to seamlessly enter and leave games, without ANY conversion fees.
For example, if CAD is your Preferred Currency, and you wish to play a
game or tournament which takes EUR currency, you can buy-in directly
from your CAD account, without needing to convert funds first. Then
you can have any winnings placed directly into your account in CAD,
automatically. There is no conversion margin for these transactions.
You can enable automatic conversions from the 'Settings' app in the
PokerStars lobby. Once in 'Settings', click on 'Global' then 'Multi
Currency' and enable the following two options and click 'Apply
- Convert currencies automatically, without confirmation.
- Credit funds in my preferred currency when leaving a game.
With these options selected, your buy-ins will be converted
automatically at the current conversion rates, and any money that you
take from the tables or win in tournaments will be automatically
converted back to your 'Preferred Currency'.
For more details on how Multi-Currency works, please take a look at
the following web page:
in particular, please review the Multi-Currency FAQ:
To avoid the margin fee being charged on your deposit and cashout
transactions, we would advise you to submit the request from your CAD
bankroll account. The exchange rate margin will only be charged if the
bankroll currency is different to the processing currency.
Please note that leaving a table, tournament deregistration, real
money transfers, intra-accounts transfers (between bankrolls) or any
other game related conversion, you will not be charged the margin fee.