How do I reconcile a bank deposit from PayPal that is in an account different than the one associated with the customer who payed me via PayPal?

For example: I have a customer who pays me in US$. He pays me through PayPal, but I have to convert the funds to CDN$ (because they refuse to acknowledge US$ bank accounts in Canadian banks) and the funds are transferred to my CDN$ bank account.  I can't choose that customer as "Received From" in the Bank Deposit because they are setup to pay me with US$. Do I have to create a duplicate Customer record for them using CDN$ currency? If I do, how does that reconcile with the invoice that's billed to their US$ customer recorrd? Or is there a different way?

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