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The Recognition Medal by the Royal Canadian Mint raised almost $750,000 for the Breakfast Club of Canada in 2020. Now the medal has won the IACA award for the Best Currency Initiative in Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
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 that its special Recognition Medal program to date has raised a total of $400,000 for the Breakfast Club of Canada COVID-19 Emergency Fund.
In the third quarter of 2020, the Royal Canadian Mint produced three times as many gold coins as in the same period last year. This resulted in an impressive profit of $795.4 million. Find here some information about customer demand in times of Corona.
The latest report of the Royal Canadian Mint documents the financial results for the second quarter of 2020 providing insight into the mint’s activities, the markets influencing the businesses and expectations for the next 12 months.
Thanks to those who are buying recognition medals, the Royal Canadian Mint is making an initial donation of $100,000 to Breakfast Club of Canada in support of children and families who are facing food insecurity due to the repercussions of COVID-19.
The Royal Canadian Mint launches its largest-ever version of its bullion coin, the Gold Maple Leaf. The 10kg Gold Maple Leaf captures every detail of the 1 oz gold bullion coin it celebrates. Of course, it is not to be confused with the 100kg “Big Maple Leaf”.
The Royal Canadian Mint has issued a new silver coin commemorating the historic Victory Stampede of 1919 and the Canadian soldiers of WWI. The coin features a gold-plated cowboy riding atop his galloping steed.
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