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The Royal Canadian Mint has released its final catalogue of collector coins, featuring some of the most recognizable icons of Canada, from a large-scale colour interpretation of the Common Loon made famous by the one-dollar circulation coin to the stark beauty of a mid-winter freeze, achieved through an innovative finish mimicking the look and feel of real ice.
25-cent coin features new poppy design and $2 coin honours the 100th anniversary of Lt. Col. John McCrae's writing of "In Flanders Fields"
Mint's 2014 coins are finalists in nine of ten award categories
More stories of the people, places and events which define Canada have been captured on the newest collector coins issued by the Royal Canadian Mint.
The Royal Canadian Mint stands out among nominees in the running for the International Association of Currency Affairs (IACA) 2015 Excellence in Currency Awards by earning nominations in two of the four categories of IACA's annual awards program.
The Royal Canadian Mint was informed that an individual has been charged by the RCMP as part of an investigation related to the theft of gold from the Mint.
The Royal Canadian Mint is joining Canadians from coast to coast to coast in celebrating Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning Sovereign in Canada's modern era.
Art, nature, folklore and pop culture also shine brightly on Mint's newest coins
With the finalist designs now selected, the Royal Canadian Mint is inviting Canadians from coast-to-coast-to-coast to vote on what will be depicted on Canada's 5-cent, 10-cent, 25-cent, one-dollar and two-dollar coins that will appear in 2017.
The Royal Canadian Mint announced consolidated revenues of $572.4 million in the 13 weeks ended June 27, 2015, and consolidated profit before taxes of $32.7 million in publishing its 2015 Second Quarter Financial Report.