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2011 Parks Canada Centennial one-dollar coin to circulate first, followed by two-dollar Boreal Forest and 25-cent coins featuring the Wood Bison, Orca and Peregrine Falcon
Among many captivating themes and designs, new gold and silver coins celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and the legacy of Wayne and Walter Gretzky
The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to announce that the sales of its 2010 25-cent poppy coin collector card have generated a donation of $100,000 to the Military Families Fund (MFF), a non-profit organization created to assist military families faced with unforeseen and often immediate needs that have resulted due to conditions of service.
As the Canada-wide relay to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Rick Hansen's Man in Motion World Tour gets under way in Cape Spear NL, the Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to launch a medallion replicating...
The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to announce the upcoming release of two new exciting one-ounce bullion coins as investors in Canada and around the world continue to clamour for its industry-leading gold and silver bullion products. The designs of the 99999 pure 2011 "RCMP" gold bullion coin and of the 2012 "Cougar" issue from its popular Canadian Wildlife...
The Royal Canadian Mint has invited relatives of the late Jacques Boisvert to accept a framed Canadian Mythical Creatures "Memphré" coloured coin in recognition of Mr. Boisvert's work in popularizing the legend of Memphré and promoting the heritage of the Magog region. The Mint will also be exhibiting products and joining the celebration of the Memphrémagog Festival in Magog, Quebec from August 3-6, 2011.
Celebration of Canadian heritage continues with precious collectibles based on Canada's first silver dollar; the first historical account of Lacrosse; 'The Maple Leaf Forever'; the Bigleaf Maple; and the Black-Footed Ferret
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to announce that it is partnering with Canadian Geographic to invite Canadians to participate in the fourth annual Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year contest.
Exactly two months after the historic wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Royal Canadian Mint is joining the celebration of the visit of their royal highnesses to Canada by issuing a limited-edition gold coin and crystal collector coin. Crafted of 22-Karat gold and bearing a $200 face value, this...