- Dec. 19, 2005 New-rate definitives: Flowers
Bright and bold definitives featuring flowers in bloom return for the 2006 postal rate change with even more lush spring blossoms.
- Dec. 19, 2005 New-rate definitives: Flag
The Canadian flag flies prominently over scenic locations in the Yukon, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Alberta and New Brunswick in this new series of flag stamps.
- Dec. 19, 2005 $2 High Value Definitives - Sable Island Horse and Peregrine Falcon
Two majestic creatures indigenous to Canada carry on a philatelic practice showcasing Canadian wildlife that dates back to the 3-pence beaver in 1851.
- Nov. 2, 2005 Christmas - Snowman
The snowman, a traditional part of Canada's winter world, appears on a domestic rate stamp as a sign of all the magic of the holiday season.
- Nov. 2, 2005 Christmas - Crèches
Exquisitely crafted crèches from the collection at St. Joseph's Oratory in Montreal adorn a special release of stamps marking the 2005 Christmas season.
- Oct. 20, 2005 $1 High Value Definitives -
White-Tailed deer and Atlantic walrus
The white-tailed deer and Atlantic walrus are the newest additions to the Canadian Wildlife High-Value Definitives stamp series.
- Oct. 13, 2005 Canada/China Joint Issue: Big Cats
Two great felines, the cougar from North America and the Amur leopard from Asia make perfect companions in a stamp release jointly issued by Canada and China.
- Oct. 1, 2005 Youth Sports
Colourful and distinctive images work together to create a dynamic effectthat reflects the vigour of four high-energy, youth-oriented activities.
- Sept. 2, 2005 Polio Vaccination 1955-2005
This domestic rate stamp pays tribute to Canada's program of universal polio vaccination and the eradication of one of the most feared diseases of the 20th century.
- Aug. 15, 2005 Oscar Peterson
The life and achievements of Canadian composer and musician Oscar Peterson are venerated on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
- Aug. 15, 2005 Acadian Deportation 1755-2005
This commemorative release marks the 250th anniversary of the deportation of thousands of settlers from their native Acadia to the British colonies of North America.
- Aug. 2, 2005 Saskatchewan 1905-2005
The image of a young woman with outstretched arms captures the warm and friendly spirit that makes Saskatchewan the great province it is today.
- July 21, 2005 Alberta 1905-2005
A triptych of striking landscape photographs features prominently on this stamp honouring Alberta's centennial.
- July 16, 2005 Port-Royal
The 400th anniversary of the founding of Port-Royal is recognized in this distinctive domestic rate stamp, the second in a series dedicated to French settlement in Canada.
- July 5, 2005 XI FINA World Championship
Graceful figures glide across each of two domestic rate stamps celebrating the 2005 FINA World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
- June 21, 2005 Ellen Fairclough
The life and accomplishments of Canada's first federal woman cabinet minister, Ellen Fairclough, are celebrated in this significant commemorative stamp.
- June 13, 2005 Search and Rescue
Four powerfully evocative images pay tribute to a service that has saved so many people from accidents and natural disasters on land, at sea, underground and in the air.
- May 27, 2005 Art Canada: Homer Watson (1855-1936)
Stunning landscape images in miniature commemorate both Canadian artist Homer Watson and the 125th anniversary of the National Art Gallery of Canada.
- May 6, 2005 Canadian War Museum
This domestic rate (50¢) stamp honours the Canadian War Museum's new home, built as a memorial to the men and women who served in Canada's armed forces.
- April 29, 2005 Battle of the Atlantic
Vivid period photographs show the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest battle at sea during the Second World War.
- April 22, 2005 Biosphere Reserves
For Earth Day 2005 Canada/Ireland are proud to offer a joint issue spotlighting biosphere reserves. These two beautiful stamps, featuring Killarney National Park in Ireland and Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, are a reminder of the fragility of Earth's resources. Available in a full pane of 16 domestic rate (50¢) stamps.
- April 12, 2005 MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE 1905-2005
A full pane of 16 domestic rate (50¢) stamps pays homage to the evolution of Maclean's Magazine over the last one hundred years.
- April 2, 2005 Bridges
Long and narrow, like the bridges they depict, four new domestic rate (50¢) stamps celebrate the structural spectre of the Jacques Cartier Bridge connecting the island of Montréal with Longueuil, the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge linking Halifax with Dartmouth, the Canso Causeway connecting Nova Scotia mainland with the Island of Cape Breton, and the Swinging Bridge in Souris, Manitoba. The self-adhesive pane of 16 is perforated and the reverse side includes photographic elements from each image along with accompanying text.
- March 23, 2005 Audubon Birds
Five shorebirds are immortalized in this third and final series from Canada Post commemorating wildlife artist and conservationist John James Audubon.
- March 18, 2005 TD Bank Financial Group 1855-2005
A prestige pack of 10 self-adhesive domestic rate (50¢) stamps marking the TD Bank Financial Group's milestone 150th anniversary.
- March 10, 2005 Daffodils
The yellow and white daffodils appearing on this cheery spring release are well-loved symbols of hope and renewal. This pair of self-adhesive domestic rate (50¢) stamps comes in a booklet of 10 with the added feature of 10 floral envelope seals.
- March 4, 2005 Expo 2005: The Wisdom of Diversity
An invitation to experience Expo and consider its ideas about our place in nature is symbolically expressed in this special, commemorative release marking the 2005 international exhibition hosted by Aichi, Japan. Available in a pane of 16 domestic rate (50¢) stamps.
- Feb. 14, 2005 Nova Scotia Agricultural College
The 100th anniversary of the founding of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College is commemorated in Canada Post's ongoing series celebrating Canada's educational institutions.
- Feb. 4, 2005 Fishing Flies
The exquisite talents of expert tiers combine with masterly paintings of landscape scenes to net a fine catch of stamps celebrating the art and craft of fly-fishing in Canada.
- Jan. 29, 2005 NHL All-Stars Hockey
The final set in the NHL All-Stars series features on-ice images of hockey legends Henri Richard, Grant Fuhr, Allan Stanley, Pierre Pilote, Bryan Trottier, and John Bucyk.
- Jan. 7, 2005 Year of the Rooster
For the 2005 Lunar New Year Canada Post has created a pair of proud birds that evoke the value and aesthetics of Chinese brushwork - an art form at the very heart of the culture.