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Today at the Royal Canadian Mint's high-speed manufacturing facility in Winnipeg, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty struck the last penny to be produced for Canadian circulation.
Maple leaf, Group of Seven, Rick Hansen and War of 1812 featured in precious metal as Aster and Venetian glass bumble bee coin and glow-in-the dark dinosaur coin showcase exciting Mint innovations
Multi-ply plated steel composition and visible security features are latest evolutions for Canada's Loonie and Toonie
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to announce that it has launched a program for developers from across North America to test and challenge a digital currency technology and to determine its applicability to the current marketplace. The MintChip(TM) Developer Challenge, which will accept submissions from April 4 until August 1, is part of the Mint's ongoing research and development efforts.
In Economic Action Plan 2012, the Government of Canada has announced that it will modernize Canada's currency set by eliminating the penny from Canada's coinage system. While the coins will remain legal tender, the Royal Canadian Mint will no longer distribute pennies as of fall 2012.
Mint adds tributes to the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II and marks the centennial of the sinking of RMS Titanic, while releasing other popular new coins
Special 25-cent coin is the last of five commemorative circulation coins honouring Canada's legendary nature
Coins produced to honour Canada's role in aftermath
Special 25-cent coin is the fourth of five commemorative circulation coins honouring Canada's legendary nature
Exceptional Jubilee collector coins available to mark historical milestone