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    Fun and fanciful new stamps celebrate Canada’s vintage carousels

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    CALGARY – Today, Canada Post released an enchanting set of stamps to celebrate the wonder and playfulness of vintage carousels in Canada.

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    Supporting Ukrainians in time of dire need: New fundraising stamp now on sale at post offices across the country and online

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    OTTAWA – Recognizing the generosity of Canadians in times of need, Canada Post has issued a semi-postal fundraising stamp to provide customers and collectors with a way to support the people of Ukraine and the escalating humanitarian crisis.

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    New stamp commemorates extraordinary leadership of Chief Marie-Anne Day Walker-Pelletier

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    FORT QU’APPELLE, SASKATCHEWAN – Today, at an event in Fort Qu’Appelle, Sask., Canada Post unveiled its commemorative stamp recognizing the incredible 39-year leadership of Chief Marie-Anne Day Walker-Pelletier. As leader of the Okanese First Nation in Saskatchewan, she served the most consecutive terms ever by an elected First Nations chief in Canada.

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    Canada Post unveils new stamp honouring Inuit leader Jose Kusugak

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    RANKIN INLET, NUNAVUT – At an event today in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, Canada Post unveiled a new commemorative stamp recognizing the accomplishments of Jose Kusugak. An Inuit activist, linguist and award-winning broadcaster, Kusugak played a critical role in efforts that led to the creation of Nunavut in 1999, for which many consider him a Father of Confederation.

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    Canada Post issues commemorative stamp recognizing Métis leader Harry Daniels

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    REGINA – At an event today in Regina, Canada Post unveiled a new commemorative stamp recognizing the accomplishments of Métis leader Harry Daniels. A politician, activist, writer and actor, Daniels dedicated his life to the rights and well-being of Métis and non-status Indians in Canada.

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    Five eye-catching stamps depict 20th-century travel posters from a stylish, golden age of commercial art in Canada

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    TORONTO - Canada Post released five new stamps today featuring nostalgic travel posters from a golden age of commercial art and tourism marketing in Canada.

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    Canada Post to issue stamps honouring Indigenous leaders

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    OTTAWA – On June 21 – National Indigenous Peoples Day – Canada Post will issue a new set of stamps to pay tribute to the lives and legacies of three Indigenous leaders.

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    New stamp offers opportunity to support Ukrainians in time of dire need

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    OTTAWA – Recognizing the generosity of Canadians in times of need, Canada Post has issued a semi-postal fundraising stamp to provide customers and collectors with a way to support the people of Ukraine and the escalating humanitarian crisis.

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    New stamps bring attention to Canada's Endangered whales

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    Canada Post is issuing a set of stamps this week to raise awareness about the plight of five whale species that have populations assessed as Endangered by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC).

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    Canada Post issues new stamp honouring Salome Bey

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    Canada Post is launching a new commemorative stamp celebrating Salome Bey, Canada's First Lady of the Blues. Bey was an award-winning singer-songwriter, composer, producer, director and actor, who was also widely revered for how she mentored young artists.

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