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The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to honour the Hero of Châteauguay; Lieutenant Colonel Charles-Michel de Salaberry on its newest 25-cent circulation coin commemorating the heroes of the War of 1812, unveiled today by Mr. Guy Dancosse of the Royal Canadian Mint Board of Directors and Mr. Guy Vadeboncoeur, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Stewart Museum at the Stewart Museum in Montreal, Quebec.
Coloured male and female Mallards on coins honouring Ducks Unlimited Canada are joined by other nature subjects such as the Bald Eagle; American Robin; Twelve-Spotted Skimmer dragonfly and Blue flag Iris. Canada's Maple Leaf Tartan appears in a new 50-cent product as other popular series continue
A day after the official retirement of Canada's one-cent circulation coin, the Royal Canadian Mint confirms that every denomination being produced for Canada's coinage system costs less than face value to manufacture.
20,000 rolls of the last million distributed pennies joined by the 25th anniversary of the Silver and Platinum Maple Leaf bullion coins; a second glow-in-the-dark dinosaur coin; a new Tradition of Hunting fine silver series; and more gold and silver wildlife-themed coins ...
Marking a milestone moment in Canada's coinage history, the Royal Canadian Mint is offering 20,000 special rolls made from the last million pennies produced for distribution.
After five successful launches of 99.99% pure, one-ounce silver coins celebrating Canada's rich and abundant wildlife, the Mint is bringing its popular Canadian Wildlife Silver Bullion Coin series to a close with a superb tribute to the Wood bison.
100th Anniversary of Canadian Arctic Expedition; the 100 year-old Winnipeg Art Gallery's Inuit Art Collection; O Canada subscription series; and 2013 World Baseball Classic(TM) are some of the many themes kicking off the Mint's first launch of the year.
Today at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled a 99.99% fine gold collector coin with a 50-cent face value honouring Canadian Inuit Art.
Passionate about making people discover Canada through its coins, the Royal Canadian Mint is today pleased to commemorate the watershed discoveries of the 1913 Canadian Arctic Expedition on its 2013 Proof Silver Dollar.
As the striking of Canada's last penny on May 4, 2012 marked the end of an era and the Loonie reached its 25th birthday in June, the Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to have completed another milestone-filled year. From record collector coin sales and the launch of a new Silver Canadian Reserves ETR investment product to the return of Canada's first gold coins and...