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06 May 2021  Thu

Royal Mint Canada is issuing a set of three commemorative proof coins to celebrate the 100 years of the coming of age of the Canadian Confederation. Each coin is a separate chapter represented by a different mode of transport...

19 Apr 2021  Mon

Canada Post commemorates the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin on a non-denominated permanent-rate stamp issued on 15th April. The centennial of one of Canada’s most important medical discoveries is celebrated f...

15 Apr 2021  Thu

In 1916, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta granted most women the right to vote in provincial elections, beginning the journey that would one day lead to securing voting rights for women across Canada. This hard-won victory...

01 Apr 2021  Thu

Canada Mint issued a set of three coins in the year 2019 featuring Norse Gods. The Norse God trilogy was comprised of Odin Thor and Freya.

Norse mythology has influenced the way we tell stories and give rise to ever...

15 Feb 2021  Mon

The Central Bank of Barbados has unveiled a limited-edition glow-in-the-dark one-dollar coin, which is being issued as a tribute to Barbados’ essential workers. The coins were struck by the Royal Canadian Mint, and are said...

10 Feb 2021  Wed

Grizzly, lazy, powerful and for some scary, but one cannot deny that captivating wilderness mystique which fascinates us since humans came in contact with the bear. Canada is the home for roughly two-thirds of the world polar...

02 Feb 2021  Tue

Every year on 2nd February, Groundhog Day; is celebrated in North America; it is a tradition observed in the United States and Canada every year.

On 2nd February 1887, featuring a rodent meteorologist is celebrated...

29 Jan 2021  Fri

During its first precious months, baby’s tiny feet barely touch the ground. They are carried and cuddled, tickled and kissed as they wiggle and curl with joy. Canada Mint issued a special keepsake to welcome a 2019 baby to ...

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 Unit...

18 Jan 2021  Mon

Canada Post has released a set of two stamps to celebrate the black history month this year. It is an annually issued stamp to remember and honour famous-Afro-American who made a great contribution to the development of Ameri...

22 Dec 2020  Tue

The first Rotary Club was formed in Chicago, USA. Next four Rotary Clubs were formed in San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle and Los Angeles. The National Association of Rotary Clubs in America was formed in 1910. Eventually, Rota...

14 Nov 2020  Sat

Sir Fredrick Banting was a Canadian physician who along with Charles Best and John Rickard Macleod first conceived the idea which led to the discovery of Insulin in 1921. Injections of insulin proved to be the first effective...

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