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Annual Reports | Quarterly Reports | Corporate Plan | Special Examination Report

NOTICE OF ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING
The public is invited to tune in the Royal Canadian Mint's Annual Public Meeting via a live webcast on Monday, November 24th at 3:00 pm EST. Simultaneous interpretation is available.

Click here to watch the annual public meeting via a live webcast

Current Reports

2013 Annual Report 2012 Annual Report 2011 Annual Report


Annual Reports

The Royal Canadian Mint celebrates the achievements of another remarkable year with $3.4 billion in revenues and pre-tax profits of $48 million in 2013, the Corporation's highest revenue in its history. The year was marked by diversification in all business lines, and success in new markets and new areas of growth.



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Quarterly Report

Quarterly results show that increased profit margins are propelling the Royal Canadian Mint towards its 2014 performance targets.



2014-2018 Corporate Plan

Corporate Plan

As a national institution, the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) has the mandate to produce circulation coins and to manage the coin distribution system for the Government of Canada. As well the RCM refines and produces precious metal products such as bullion and numismatic coins. Furthermore, the RCM designs and produces circulation coins for customers around the world. The RCM is thus a highly integrated, multi-product Corporation which strives to be relevant, progressive and innovative, and which is ever mindful of the importance of growth, its brand, its corporate social responsibility and profitability.



2014 Special Examination Report

Special Examination Report

Under section 138 of the Financial Administration Act, federal Crown corporations are subject to a special examination at least once every 10 years.