- Nov. 3, 2008 Christmas: Winter Fun
Skiing, tobogganing and playing in the snow are favourite pastimes for Canadians of all ages. These stamps celebrate these popular winter activities and playfully capture the spirit of the holiday season.
- Nov. 3, 2008 Christmas: The Nativity
Beautifully capturing the Nativity in all its mystery and wonder, this stamp features a Madonna and Child that were engraved from lime wood by Italian-Canadian sculptor Antonio Caruso.
- Oct. 15, 2008 XII Summit of la Francophonie
Issued to mark the XII Summit of la Francophonie, this stamp features a beautiful image of Québec City and the names of the countries participating in the summit.
- Oct. 6, 2008 Mental Health
This PERMANENTTM semi-postal stamp includes a 10¢ surcharge, which will go to the Canada Post Foundation for Mental Health to be used for mental-health research and patient support.
- Oct. 1, 2008 Endangered Species
The third and final set of stamps in a series featuring at-risk wildlife native to this country, this quartet of stamps showcases the Taylor's checkerspot, roseate tern, burrowing owl and prothonotary warbler.
- Oct. 1, 2008 Christmas Seal Commemorative Envelope
In 1908, Toronto and Hamilton became the first Canadian cities to launch Christmas Seal campaigns.
- Sept. 8, 2008 Sam McLaughlin
Sam McLaughlin's legacy extends far beyond cars-his overwhelming philanthropy helped countless community and national organizations across our country.
- Aug. 1, 2008 British Columbia's 150th Anniversary
This stamp, with its British-Columbia shaped gold panning-image, celebrates British Columbia's 150th anniversary and recognizes the pivotal role of the Fraser River gold rush in the province's creation.
- July 25, 2008 Lifesaving Society: 1908-2008
Celebrating the centennial of Canada's Lifesaving Society, this stamp has a fresh and lively look and feel that conveys some of the energy and responsiveness involved in life guarding.
- July 18, 2008 Games of the XXIX Olympiad
This stamp celebrates Canada's participation in the Games of the XXIX Olympiad and recognizes the more than 340 athletes who proudly represented our country in Beijing.
- June 30, 2008 Canadians in Hollywood: The sequel
The second set of stamps in the Canadians in Hollywood series honours four more Canadians who found fame in Hollywood: Marie Dressler, Raymond Burr, Norma Shearer and Chief Dan George.
- June 20, 2008 St. John Ambulance Commemorative Envelope
St. John Ambulance Canada is part of one of the world's oldest humanitarian organizations, the Order of St. John, which is a worldwide, non-denominational, charitable association dedicated to the service of others.
- June 20, 2008 Anne of Green Gables
Canada Post issued this pair of domestic rate stamps to celebrate the centenary of first publication of Anne of Green Gables, which was authored by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
- June 16, 2008 Canadian Nurses Association 1908-2008
Marking the centenary of the Canadian Nurses Association, this 52¢ stamp celebrates the contributions made by Canadian nursing practitioners to our past, present and future.
- June 4, 2008 Royal Canadian Mint 1908-2008
Issued to commemorate the centennial of the Royal Canadian Mint, this domestic rate stamp features an image of the first coin minted there.
- May 21, 2008 Art Canada: Yousuf Karsh
This set of three stamps celebrates photographer Yousuf Karsh and his work on the 100th anniversary of his birth.
- May 16, 2008 Founding of Québec City
The 400th anniversary of the founding of Quebec is remembered with the fifth and last stamp in the 400 years of French Settlement in North America series.
- May 2, 2008 Industries: Oil and Gas
Two of Canada's landmark industrial events, the first oil well and the discovery of natural gas, are commemorated by these two domestic rate stamps.
- April 29, 2008 Public Service Commission of Canada Commemorative Envelope
Issued to celebrate the Public Service Commission of Canada, which is responsible for cultivating a highly skilled public service, this stylish commemorative envelope features a contemporary picture of Parliament Hill, while the preprinted image of the Picture Postage stamp depicts a historic photograph. The images are reminders of the Commission's influential history and continuing relevance today.
- April 21, 2008 Montreal Association for the Blind Commemorative Envelope
Services for the blind have changed dramatically since the Montreal Association for the Blind was founded by Philip E. Layton in 1908. Issued to celebrate the Association's 100th birthday, this commemorative envelope features a Braille inscription that reads: Montreal Association for the Blind - Celebrating 100 Years.
- April 21, 2008 Guide Dogs
This 52¢ stamp, which is the first in Canada to use Braille, pays tribute to the Montreal Association of the Blind's 100th anniversary and the contributions of guide dogs everywhere.
- April 3, 2008 2008 IIHF World Championship
Hockey comes to life on this dramatic domestic rate stamp celebrating the Men's World Hockey Championship and the 100th anniversary of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).
- March 7, 2008 University of Alberta: 1908 - 2008
The University of Alberta, which is considered one of Canada's foremost research institutions, celebrates its 100th birthday with this impressive stamp.
- March 7, 2008 University of British Columbia: 1908 - 2008
This domestic rate stamp commemorates the centenary of the University of British Columbia, an institution of advanced learning that has an excellent international reputation.
- March 3, 2008 Peonies
Two Canadian hybrid peonies, the Elgin and the Coral 'n Gold, are featured in all their glory on this duo of stamps dedicated to Canada's most popular of flowers.
- Jan. 15, 2008 Celebration
A universal symbol for celebration, fireworks are the inspiration for the exciting 2008 PERMANENTTM domestic rate Celebration stamp.
- Jan. 8, 2008 Lunar New Year: Year of the Rat
Canada Post celebrates the Lunar New Year with two stamps that honour 2008 as the Year of the Rat.