Royal Canadian Mint


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Royal Canadian Mint

An organization in Canada that issues legal tender coins for general use. It was established in 1908 and is owned by the government of Canada as a Crown corporation. It is located in Ottawa, Ontario.
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The process used to apply the super-hard ceramic layer--known as magnetron spattering coating, which uses nitrogen gas in a vacuum chamber--was developed by the Royal Canadian Mint about six years ago and is much greener than traditional chromium plating processes which involve a great deal of toxic chemicals.
The Royal Canadian Mint is delighted to come to Abu Dhabi to showcase the world's best and most exclusive gold bullion coin to the people of the United Arab Emirates" said Ian E.
Since the Royal Canadian Mint upped the ante on the rest of the world in 1982, by raising the purity of gold bullion to four nines pure (99.
Attractions range from the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiniboine Park and The Forks - a waterfront shopping, dining area with a theater, museum, boat and walking tours to the Winnipeg Art Gallery with one of the finest Inuit art collections, the Royal Canadian Mint, and much more.
As a result of this collaboration, the Royal Canadian Mint is minting a coin with a nominal value of CAD 5 to commemorate the event, and the Royal Norwegian Mint a 20-krone coin.
Next time, I'll have to visit the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Royal Canadian Mint (which makes the gold-tone dollar coins called ``Loonies'') and the Museum of Man and Nature, now featuring 30 interactive space-travel displays based on ``Star Trek.
As a sample of the InFocus sessions, the Internal Council featured Maurice Lafonteine, master and president of the Royal Canadian Mint, Ottawa, Ont.
The legal tender bar is guaranteed for its weight and purity by the Royal Canadian Mint and is ideal for barter in a crisis situation.
Hanington as Master of the Royal Canadian Mint for a term of five years.
Made with 5 ounces of pure gold, the coin's design, etched by the Royal Canadian Mint, is an abstract image inspired by the games' host region, British Columbia.
In 1916, she became the richest ship in the navy, carrying over $140,000,000 in Russian gold bullion used for war purchases from a rendezvous point far offshore with a Japanese warship which had brought it from Vladivostok, to Vancouver and a waiting train which carried it on to the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa.
The Royal Canadian Mint, which produces Maple Leaf bullion coins, said it quadrupled its production capacity late last year as demand for gold and silver bullion products leapt.
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