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On the eve of the 200th anniversary of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock's death on the battlefield at Queenston Heights, the Honourable Rob Nicholson, P.C., Q.C., Member of Parliament for Niagara Falls, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today unveiled a new Royal Canadian Mint circulation coin honouring his memory as a hero of the War of 1812.
Here's your chance to get your hands on the newest coin in the War of 1812 series: the 25-cent circulation coin commemorating Major-General Sir Isaac Brock.
As its reputation for expanding the variety and creativity of coin manufacturing keeps growing, the Royal Canadian Mint is proud to present its customers with a bountiful array of new collector coins.
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to honour Canada's iconic "penny" circulation coin, whose production officially ended on May 4, 2012, with an exquisite array of fine silver and gold collectibles, as well as gift products, which pay respect to the penny's unforgettable legacy as both a pillar of Canadian commerce and an integral part of our cultural history.
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to announce the winners in the MintChip(TM) Developer Challenge. More than $50,000 worth of prizes will be awarded to the winners later in the fall.
As a fun and educational destination during Culture Days 2012, we invite you to visit the Mint for a free tour of our Winnipeg and Ottawa production facilities on September 28th, 29th and 30th!
The Royal Canadian Mint has long supported the arts in Canada by working with talented artists on a daily basis, therefore we understand the challenges that artists such as Dave Gunning face.
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to release new collector coins which continue to celebrate Canada's unique historical and natural heritage, as well as its rich cultural fabric.
A new one-dollar coin commemorating the 100th Grey Cup, Canada's single biggest annual sporting event, was unveiled today by the Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance and Minister Responsible for the Royal Canadian Mint.
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to invite members of the public to cast their votes for the Popular Choice Award as part of the judging of submissions received by the MintChip Developer Challenge.