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Canada’s 13th Series of Black History Month Stamps

25 Jan 2021  Mon

The 13th issue in Canada Post’s Black History Month stamp series tells the stories of two Black communities established in the Canadian Wilderness. Canada Post honours two communities settled by Black refugees from the United States on new stamps in its Black History Month series.

These stamps — the 13th issue in our Black History Month series — tell the stories of two Black communities nearly one hundred years and thousands of kilometres apart. Both rose from hardship to survive and grow for a time and served as stepping stones for the success of future generations of Black Canadians.

The stamps are non-denominated permanent-rate stamps. They were issued on 22n Jan which show scenes of Willow Grove, New Brunswick, and Amber Valley, Alberta, respectively.

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