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The Royal Canadian Mint (the "Mint") is pleased to announce its financial results for the first quarter of 2023 that provide insight into its activities, the markets influencing its businesses and its expectations for the next 12 months.
The Royal Canadian Mint is delighted that its bi-metallic $2 circulation coin featuring a world-first black nickel-plated outer ring was recognized as the Best New Circulating Coin or Coin Series under the International Association of Currency Affairs' (IACA) 2023 Excellence in Currency Awards. Developed by the Mint's Research and Development team, the black nickel plating on the coin's outer ring is reminiscent of a mourning armband, echoing the loss felt by millions of Canadians upon their lat
The Royal Canadian Mint (the "Mint") is pleased to announce its financial results for 2022 that provide insight into its activities, the markets influencing its businesses and its expectations for the next 12 months.
As Canadians celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, the first formal investiture of a new monarch in seven decades, the Royal Canadian Mint is marking this historic event with pure gold and silver collector coins. The central design of each coin in the King Charles III Coronation suite features His Majesty's royal cypher, the Sovereign's personal monogram. These finely crafted keepsakes are available as of today.
THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT INVITES THE PUBLIC TO TRADE THEIR CHANGE FOR THE BLACK NICKEL $2 CIRCULATION COIN HONOURING QUEEN ELIZABETH II
MEDIA ADVISORY- THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT INVITES THE PUBLIC TO TRADE THEIR CHANGE FOR THE BLACK NICKEL $2 CIRCULATION COIN HONOURING QUEEN ELIZABETH II
No. 2 Construction Battalion, the first and only all-Black battalion-sized unit in Canadian military history, is being remembered on the 2023 issue of the Royal Canadian Mint's ongoing Commemorating Black History series. In the opening years of the First World War, hundreds of Black Canadians eagerly tried to enlist for Canada, but racism prevented many from joining their white compatriots on the battlefields overseas. In 1916, persistent lobbying and a request from the British for labour battal
Announces the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II, is being remembered on a dazzling collection of ...
The life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II, who served as Canada's monarch and head of state for 70 years is being remembered on a dazzling collection of precious metal coins. Silver, gold and platinum coins revisit seven decades of history by featuring timeless emblems of the reign of the late Queen, while other precious keepsakes show a more intimate portrait of the Queen known to generations of Canadians. These numismatic treasures, featuring a special tribute obverse displaying all four effig
The Royal Canadian Mint is honoured to have won Coin of the Year Awards in two of the 10 categories in which mints from around the world compete for recognition in the most coveted awards program for excellence in coin design and manufacturing. The 2021 $20 Fine Silver Coin - Black and Gold: The Grey Wolf was named "Best Crown", while the Mint's first coloured 10-cent circulation coin issued in 2021 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Bluenose was crowned "Best Circulation" coin.
The Royal Canadian Mint has dedicated its 2023 Proof Silver Dollar to celebrating the inspiring life of Canada's first woman journalist, Kathleen "Kit" Coleman. Born in County Galway, Ireland and emigrating to Canada in 1884, Kit Coleman first joined the Toronto Daily Mail as a Women' Editor and later became North America's first accredited woman war correspondent, gaining international fame for her coverage of the aftermath of the Spanish-American War. She also helped establish the Canadian Wom
As 2022 draws to a close, the Royal Canadian Mint has issued a $2 circulation coin featuring a black outer ring to honour Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's service to Canada during her historic 70-year reign. Dated 2022 and bearing all the design elements of a standard $2 coin, this new coin is distinguished by its black outer ring reminiscent of a mourning armband, echoing the loss felt by millions of Canadians upon the passing of their queen. The coin will begin circulating later this mont
To honour Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Royal Canadian Mint is launching an innovative technology that has given the $2 circulation coin a bold new look. As this new coin is making its debut, the Mint is helping Canadians collect it by holding public coin exchanges at its Ottawa and Winnipeg boutiques.
The Royal Canadian Mint (the "Mint") is pleased to announce its financial results for the third quarter of 2022 that provide insight into its activities, the markets influencing its businesses and its expectations for the next 12 months.
Stories of great achievement often find their way on Royal Canadian Mint coins and on the 175th anniversary of his birth, Alexander Graham Bell is being recognized for his numerous breakthrough inventions, and the legacy of innovation he fostered over the many years he spent working and living in Canada. The famous inventor of the telephone, who transformed the world of communications and produced yet more groundbreaking innovations, is being remembered on a new one-dollar commemorative coin cir
The Royal Canadian Mint is delighted to be recognized alongside the Central Bank of Barbados for the Barbados $1 Glow-in-the-Dark Flying Fish circulation coin, which was crowned Best New Commemorative or Test Circulating Coin under the International Association of Currency Affairs' (IACA) 2022 Excellence in Currency Awards. Issued in honour of Bajan front-line workers who helped the nation overcome the COVID-19 pandemic, this pad-printed colour circulation coin was enhanced with the Mint's propr
In response to increasing market demand for greater transparency in the provenance of precious metals, and to showcase its continually evolving refining capabilities, the Mint is introducing its first gold bullion coin completely sourced from a single mine. The 2022 $50 1 oz. 99.99% Pure Gold Maple Leaf Single-Sourced Mine bullion coin is entirely composed of gold extracted by Agnico Eagle at its Meliadine Mine in Nunavut (Canada) and expertly refined by the Mint, under a rigorous segregation pr
The Royal Canadian Mint is celebrating a new partnership with Sign Language Interpreting Associates Ottawa Inc. (SLIAO), its provider of American Sign Language (ASL) and Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) interpretation services for its boutique and guided facility tours with open house events in Ottawa and Winnipeg on Saturday, October 15. Live interpreters will be on site for four tours scheduled between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. Interested guests are asked to register 72 hours before the event by
Fifty years to the day since the last game was played in an epic clash between hockey superpowers, the Royal Canadian Mint is issuing a $2 circulation coin celebrating the triumph of Team Canada over the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics team (Team USSR) in the 1972 Summit Series. That hard-fought tournament, where the pride of a nation was on the line at every face off, crowned Canada the true world champion of hockey. The victory united Canadians in celebrations that, 50 years on, still echo
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and the Royal Canadian Mint have together unveiled a deeply symbolic keepsake that acknowledges the truths behind the residential school experience on First Nations, Inuit and Métis children and their families, and supports our commitment to fostering reconciliation. Honouring the Survivors and children who never returned, the Truth and Reconciliation Keepsake helps educate Canadians about the intergenerational impacts of Residential, Day and Boar
In partnership with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and its Survivors Circle, the Royal Canadian Mint is unveiling a symbolic keepsake that acknowledges the truths behind the residential school experience on First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, their families and their communities. The Truth and Reconciliation Keepsake helps educate Canadians about the intergenerational impacts of Residential, Day and Boarding schools, and net proceeds from the sale of each keepsake will be
The Royal Canadian Mint (the "Mint") is pleased to announce its financial results for the second quarter of 2022 that provide insight into its activities, the markets influencing its businesses and its expectations for the next 12 months.
The Royal Canadian Mint is honouring one of the greatest musicians the world has ever seen by issuing a new $1 commemorative circulation celebrating the life and artistic legacy of Canada's own Oscar Peterson. Called "the man with four hands" by jazz great and admirer Louis Armstrong, Oscar Peterson rose to the top of the music world through more than six decades of electrifying piano performances and unforgettable compositions such as Hymn to Freedom, Blues Etude and The Canadiana Suite. The co
The Royal Canadian Mint is unveiling a special one–dollar circulation coin celebrating the extraordinary talent and enduring musical legacy of the late Oscar Peterson. The launch of this inspirational new coin, which will include a special performance by Canadian pianist Thompson Egbo-Egbo, will take place on the morning of August 11, 2022.
The Red River Métis tradition of sharing and preserving knowledge by passing it on from one generation to the next through art and storytelling is celebrated on a new fine silver coin showcasing the tradition of Red River Métis beadwork. This latest coin in the Mint's "Generations" series, tells the story of the Red River Métis through the intricate beadwork patterns of Manitoba Métis artist Jennine Krauchi. This inspiring collectable was unveiled at the Mint's Winnipeg facility today and is now