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29 Jun 2020  Mon

On 29th June 1534, a French explorer Jacques Cartier landed at Prince Edward Island. He was the first European to travel inland in North America. Claimed what is now known as Canada for France.

In early 1534, Cartier...

27 Jun 2020  Sat

June 27 is Canadian Multiculturalism Day. This day honors the racial, religious, and cultural backgrounds of Canada.

Canada has experienced multiple waves of immigration, which is why about 40% of the modern Canadia...

24 Jun 2020  Wed

The Canadian Gold maple leaf is a gold bullion coin. It is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint and issued by the Canadian government annually. The market value of the coin depends on the golden spot found on the coin. This co...

08 Jun 2020  Mon

World Ocean Day (WOD) is celebrated on 8th June every year. On 8th June, 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Canada proposed World Ocean Day. But it was only on 5th December 2008; UN passed a resolution to observe 8t...

02 Jun 2020  Tue

On May 20, Canada Post is issuing a se-tenant (side-by-side) pair of nondenominated permanent-rate (currently 92¢) stamps commemorating the History of Radio in Canada.

The stamps commemorate Canada’s inaugural ra...

25 May 2020  Mon

Canada Post celebrates the Islamic festivals of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha with a new stamp that was issued on 24th April. This is the second Eid stamp of Canada.

Canada’s first Eid stamp was issued 24th May 2017...

19 May 2020  Tue

To mark the 350th anniversary of the establishment of Hudson’s Bay Company, the Royal Canadian Mint issued a new 5 dollars silver proof coin on 12th May, 2020. The coin is a part of ‘Moments to Hold’ series.

I...

16 May 2020  Sat

The government and treasury of Niue have issued collector coins that remember the first-ever royal tour of Canada, which occurred 80 years ago and set the standard for such future royal visits.

With the accession an...

13 May 2020  Wed

The Royal Canadian Mint has released silver crafted coins that recreate a particular piece of jewellery which is one of the Queen’s most personally admired and recognised. The Aquamarine Tiara has been a part of Queen Eliza...

22 Apr 2020  Wed

This World Earth Day, let’s get acquainted with the Royal Canadian Mint’s special coin honoring Mother Earth.

Every person, animal, and the plant is dependent upon Mother Earth and the water she provides. This d...

14 Apr 2020  Tue

Baisakhi Festival marks the time for harvest of rabi crops as well as the foundation of Panth Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh in 1699. Baisakhi is one of the major festivals of Sikhs and is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and g...

06 Apr 2020  Mon

The first stamp issued in the world portrayed the ruling monarch of the issuing country (Great Britain Penny black). After that, it became protocol to use the portrait of the ruler of a country on postage stamps.

So...

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