Steve Woodland has assumed the presidency of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association. His vision is to make the RCNA the premier numismatic organization in Canada. He has a clear idea on what the association has to focus in order to achieve this.
The Royal Canadian Mint published their profits and performance for the first quarter of 2021. The Mint saw increases in revenue across both its precious metal and circulation businesses. The increase was mainly due to higher bullion volumes sold in the quarter.
The Royal Canadian Mint published its financial results for 2020 providing insight into their activities. It tells a lot about the exceptionally strong global market demand for bullion that the mint increased its revenue in this sector by 74% in 2020.
The Royal Canadian Mint announced its financial results for 2019 and the first quarter of 2020 that provide insight into their activities, the markets influencing the businesses and the mint’s expectations for the next 12 months.
The Royal Canadian Mint is launching a $2 circulation coin honouring the Canadians who, landing in Normandy, France 75 years ago, helped establish the Allied foothold that would lead to the liberation of Western Europe.
The Royal Canadian Mint has released its 2018 financial results, which provide insight into its activities, the markets influencing its businesses and its expectations for the year ahead.
The Government of Canada has appointed Marie Lemay as Master of the Royal Canadian Mint for a period of five years. As the CEO of the Corporation, the Master of the Mint is responsible for the mint’s business performance and strategic development.