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From Far and Wide

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

There are so many beautiful places to see across Canada, it's a constant temptation to pack your bags, hit the road and explore this fabulous country from one end to the other. If that's not practical, our new definitive stamp series - From Far and Wide - promises to satisfy even the most restless of armchair travelers and inspire all of us to see more of this land first-hand.   Continue reading


Year of the Dog

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

They say “every dog has its day,” but from February 16, 2018, to February 4, 2019, those born in the Year of the Dog will have plenty of days to call their own. They certainly deserve it.   Continue reading


Christmas – Animals

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

Every year Canadians eagerly anticipate the release of Canada Post's Christmas stamps. The annual issues have featured sacred and secular topics ranging from angels and other aspects of the nativity story to snowmen, toys, decorated trees and, of course, the jolly old elf himself.   Continue reading


Halifax Explosion 100th Anniversary

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

On December 6, 1917, the cargo ship Imo collided with Mont-Blanc, a French vessel loaded with explosives. The massive blast that followed resulted in nearly 2,000 deaths and widespread damage. Issued one month before the 100th anniversary of the disaster, this stamp commemorates the tragedy and the resilience of Haligonians, who rebuilt their city from ashes.   Continue reading


Christmas – Madonna and Child

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

Housed at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, this magnificent oil-on-panel painting from the early 1500s is attributed to Italian artist Tommaso di Stefano Lunetti (circa 1495-1564). The Adoration of the Shepherds is a masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance in Florence.   Continue reading


Hanukkah

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

This Hanukkah stamp, honouring the Jewish Festival of Lights, is the third issue in 2017 to mark a cultural celebration that is special to many Canadians. It follows our issue this year of the Eid and Diwali stamps.   Continue reading


Toronto Maple Leafs® 100th Anniversary

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

One hundred years ago, the Toronto Arenas entered the newly formed National Hockey League® (NHL®) for the 1917-18 season. Despite losing its inaugural game to the Montreal Wanderers on December 19, 1917, the team proved its mettle, defeating the Vancouver Millionaires to claim the first Stanley Cup® Championship following the establishment of the NHL.   Continue reading


History of Hockey

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

Canadians can be a little territorial about their passion for hockey, but thanks to decades of league expansion and the rise of fan interest in community teams, it’s clear that Americans are also enamoured of our national winter sport. This Canada-U.S. joint issue pays tribute to that shared history born on frozen ponds and hometown rinks.   Continue reading


Canadian Hockey legends

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

Since the formation of the National Hockey League® in 1917, generations of Canadians have trained, practised and played their hearts out for a chance to skate in the NHL®. Our deep connection with the game explains why Canada has created so many legendary players. Maurice Richard claimed three famous firsts and captured the imagination of fans across the country.   Continue reading


Diwali: First joint issue with India Post

Posted on by Canada Post in Latest Stamps

This year, the 15th day of Kartika in the Hindu calendar falls on October 19 to mark the beginning of Diwali, the Festival of Lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains throughout Canada and around the world.   Continue reading


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