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The Royal Canadian Mint continues to combine timeless craftsmanship and modern day technology as it explores new ways to celebrate Canada's culture, history and values on its collector coins.
Mint and Cossette collaborated to connect youth with history and coin collecting in the context of the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Arctic Expedition
The Royal Canadian Mint continues to open new windows on the Canadian experience through a broad variety of collector coins capturing historical events and national symbols in an equal selection of metal compositions and artistic finishes.
To mark the upcoming 70th anniversary of D-Day, the Royal Canadian Mint has produced a heartfelt tribute to Canada's veterans of the Second World War and their enduring legacy of service and sacrifice in Normandy and beyond.
Fairmont Banff Springs' most famous ghostly inhabitant first to be featured
The Royal Canadian Mint has reported another strong quarter with consolidated revenues of $669.4 million in the 13 weeks ending March 29, 2014 and consolidated profit before taxes increased 49.6% to $17.0 million from $10.7 million in the same period in 2013.
Coin features advanced sheer effect colourization technique
75th anniversary of the first Royal visit to Canada and the centennial of the sinking of R.M.S. Empress of Ireland among latest national story-telling themes
Corporation achieves another record-setting year with revenues exceeding $3 billion and $48 million in pre-tax profits in 2013
Mint visits La Vérendrye School in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba to host arctic-themed program.