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The Royal Canadian Mint is celebrating a wide range of themes on a new wave of collector coins featuring a trademark mix of traditional handcrafting and leading edge technology.
The year 2014 marks the canonization of Pope John Paul II and the Royal Canadian Mint is commemorating this historic event by striking pure gold and pure silver collector coins. The coins were unveiled today at ceremonies in Mississauga, Ontario and Saguenay, Quebec as well as the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland.
Passage from Munro's "The View from Castle Rock" engraved on coin's reverse
Lucky Loonies being sent to communities as thanks for supporting their medal-winning Paralympic athletes
Bank of Botswana converts its entire coinage system to Mint's multi-ply plated steel technology
Canada's vast landscapes and abundant wildlife continue to inspire new collector coins from the Royal Canadian Mint.
The Royal Canadian Mint is pleased to announce the addition of an optional feature to its gold Exchange-Traded Receipt (ETR) physical redemption process.
Lucky Loonies being sent to communities as thanks for supporting their medal-winning athletes
To join Canadians in honouring Canada's veterans of "The Great War" and the compatriots and loved ones who supported them behind the battle lines and on the home front, the Royal Canadian Mint is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the First World War on its 2014 Proof Silver Dollar, which was unveiled today at the Canadian War Museum.
The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to issue Canada's latest commemorative circulation coin, the 2014 Lucky Loonie.