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The Royal Canadian Mint is opening new windows on Canada's rich history, culture and symbols with new collector coins whose themes span the dawn of time to the present.
One of Canada's most treasured personalities, comedian Martin Short, has partnered with the Royal Canadian Mint to deliver his own touching and intimate perspective of Canada on a new $3 fine silver collector coin.
The Royal Canadian Mint is joining the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Louisbourg settlement by issuing two new gold and silver collector coins.
Canadians have countless ways to define their identity; from proud historical moments to fond memories of outdoor life.
Corporation achieves $2.6 billion in revenue and $40.7 million in pre-tax profits in 2012
The Royal Canadian Mint continues to celebrate Canada's diverse heritage with a new release of collector coins showcasing our stories, symbols and traditions in an abundant variety of designs and innovative craftsmanship.
Proceeds from the Highway of Heroes silver commemorative coin raises $100,000 for each charity
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.