Collecting - Stamps
- Oct. 10, 2014 Québec Conference, 150th Anniversary
This commemorative envelope marks the -second meeting that laid the groundwork for the creation of our nation.
- Oct. 4, 2014 Wait for Me Daddy
Issued in time for Remembrance Day, this poignant and most famous Canadian photograph of the Second World War.
- Oct. 3, 2014 NHL® – Zamboni® Ice Resurfacing Machines
Before the invention of mechanized ice resurfacers, such as the Zamboni® machine, preparing the surface of an ice rink required many hands and a lot of hard work.
- Oct. 3, 2014 Original Six™
Since it formed in 1917, the National Hockey League® had seen many teams come and go. In 1942, the disbanding of the Brooklyn (formerly New York) Americans brought the number of teams to six. The Boston Bruins®, Chicago Black Hawks®, Detroit Red Wings®, Montreal Canadiens®, New York Rangers® and Toronto Maple Leafs® would become known as the Original Six™ teams, and remained stable opponents for a quarter century until the NHL® doubled in size in 1967.
- Sept. 16, 2014 Royal Montreal Regiment Commemorative envelope
Celebrate the Royal Montreal Regiment’s centennial when our nation was born.
- Sept. 2, 2014 Charlottetown Conference 150th Anniversary Commemorative envelope
Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference when our nation was born.
- Aug. 29, 2014 Great Canadian Comedians
We’ve got an international reputation for our ability to make the world laugh – and the funny people featured in this issue are five good reasons why.
- Aug. 20, 2014 Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Located at a 6,000-year-old Aboriginal meeting place, the building that graces this stamp is a living monument to Canada’s human rights journey.
- Aug. 7, 2014 Régiment de Hull
This commemorative envelope celebrates the Régiment de Hull, based in Gatineau, Quebec, and its 100 years of service to Canada.
- July 31, 2014 Canadian Country Artists
Hit the open road for a tour of Canada’s -country music scene. This issue sings the praises of five legends.