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Four hundred years after French explorers led by Samuel de Champlain explored the territory that would become present-day Ontario, the Royal Canadian Mint has issued a silver collector coin celebrating the 400th anniversary of Champlain's historic journey to Huronia.
As Canadians far and wide prepare to celebrate Canada Day, the Royal Canadian Mint has issued a new 25-cent circulation coin commemorating the 50th birthday of the universally recognized Canadian flag.
The spirit of sports and pop culture stand out on the Mint's newest collector coins
In early 2015, new leadership was appointed to the Royal Canadian Mint. Since then, they have implemented significant changes to the Mint's rules and policies governing travel and hospitality to ensure that they meet best business practices and meet the expectations Canadians have of a Crown Corporation.
In releasing its 2015 First Quarter Financial Report, the Royal Canadian Mint announced consolidated revenues of $640.1 million in the 13 weeks ended March 28, 2015, and consolidated profit before taxes of $15.7 million.
Icons of Canadian nature shine with the help of jade inserts and glow-in-the-dark technology
Corporation achieves pre-tax profits of $56.1 million on $2.4 billion in revenues
The Royal Canadian Mint, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, is celebrating the kid in all of us by issuing gold and silver collector coins featuring the widely beloved Looney Tunes(TM) to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Bugs Bunny.
Number of countries using the Mint's multi-ply plated steel technology now totals 34
Timeless ode to Canada's fallen, which helped turn the poppy into a universal symbol of remembrance honoured on one-ounce and five-ounce silver coins