2007 Canada Stamp Program

December 31, 2008 11:22 AM

  • Canada Post issued this stamp honoring Queen Elizabeth II on Dec. 27, 2007.

January, Flowers. Four nondenominated permanent domestic rate postal stationery envelopes: Himalayan Blue Poppy, Red Bergamot, Pink Fairy Slipper and Yellow Lady's Slipper, Linn;s, April 2, page 2.

January, Tourist Attractions. Ten nondenominated permanent domestic rate postal stationery envelopes: White Pass and Yukon Rail Route; Quebec Sugar Bushes; The Forks in Winnipeg; Ontario Tulip Festival; Baffin Island Wilderness Park, Nunavut; Signal Hill National Historic Site; Alberta's Icefield Parkway; Agawa Canyon; Aurora Borealis; and Peggy's Cove, Linn;s, April 2, page 2.

Jan. 5, Year of the Pig. Single 52¢ commemorative stamp (Scott 2201), $1.55 souvenir sheet (2202) and two international rate postal card for the Chinese New Year, Linn;s, Jan. 1, page 22.

Jan. 15, Celebrations. Single 52¢ special stamp (Scott 2203), Linn's, Jan. 22, page 2.

Feb. 12, International Polar Year. Two 52¢ stamps (Scott 2204-05) and a souvenir sheet of two (2205b) for the 125th anniversary, Linn's, Jan. 29, page 36.

March 1, Lilacs. Two 52¢ special stamps (Scott 2207-08), a souvenir sheet of two (2206) and two inter-national-rate postal cards, Linn's, Feb. 19, page 2.

March 12, HEC Montreal. Single 52¢ commemorative stamp (Scott 2209) for the centennial of Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (school of higher business learning), Linn's, March 5, page 20.

March 15, Art Canada: Mary Pratt. Single 52¢ commemorative stamp (Scott 2211) and a souvenir sheet (2212) containing one 52¢ and one $1.55 stamp, Linn's, March 12, page 2.

April 3, University of Saskatchewan. Single 52¢ stamp (Scott 2210) for the university's centennial, Linn's, April 23, page 44.

May 3, Ottawa as Capital of Canada. A 52¢ commemorative stamp and a souvenir sheet containing one 52¢ stamp and one $1.55 stamp for the 150th anniversary, Linn's, April 30, page 1.

May 9, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Four 52¢ commemorative stamps for the 100th anniversary, Linn's, May 7, page 2.

June 22, Capt. George Vancouver. Single $1.55 commemorative stamp and $1.55 souvenir sheet for 250th birthday, Linn's, June 4, page 2.

June 26, FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada. Single 52¢ commemorative stamp, Linn's, June 25, page 2.

June 29, Canadian Recording Artists. Four 52¢ stamps honoring Paul Anka, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Anne Murray, a souvenir sheet of four 52¢ stamps, and four international rate postal cards, Linn's, July 2, page 20.

July 6, Terra Nova National Park. Single 52¢ commemorative stamp for the 50th anniversary, Linn's, July 16, page 18.

July 20, Jasper National Park. Single 52¢ stamp for the centennial and gutter block of 10 comprising five 52¢ Terra Nova National Parks stamps and five 52¢ Jasper National Park stamps, Linn's, July 16, page 18.

July 25, Scouting in Canada. Single 52¢ commemorative stamp for the centennial.

July 26, Scouting in Canada. Single 52¢ commemorative stamp for the centennial.

July 26, Chief Membertou. Single 52¢ stamp in the French Colonization of Canada series.

Sept. 13, Law Society of Saskatchewan. Single 52¢ stamp for the centennial.

Sept. 13, Law Society of Alberta. Single 52¢ stamp for the centennial.

Oct. 1, Endangered Species. Four 52¢ stamps picturing a right whale, northern cricket frog, white sturgeon and leatherback turtle (Scott 2230-33) and a souvenir sheet of four plus four labels (2229), for Stamp Collecting Month, Linn's, Oct. 15, page 2.

Oct. 12, Beneficial Insects. Five low-denomination definitive stamps: 1¢ Convergent Lady Beetle (Scott 2234), 4¢ Golden-eyed Lacewing (2235), 5¢ Cecropia Moth (2236), 10¢ Northern Bumblebee (2237) and 25¢ Canada Darner Dragonfly (2238) and souvenir sheet of five (2238a), Linn's, Oct. 22, page 2.

Nov. 1, Christmas. Single 52¢ Reindeer stamp and 52¢ Christmas Hope, 93¢ Christmas Joy and $1.55 Christmas Peace stamps.

Dec. 27, Queen Elizabeth II. Permanent (52¢) booklet stamp (Scott 2248), Linn's, Dec. 24, page 1.

Dec. 27, Canadian Flag and Lighthouse. Five permanent (52¢) booklet stamps showing the Canadian flag and lighthouses at Sambro Island, Nova Scotia (Scott 2249); Point Clark, Ontario (2250); Cap-des-Rosiers, Quebec (2251); Warren's Landing, Manitoba (2252); and Pachena Point, British Columbia (2253), Linn's, Dec. 24, page 1.

Dec. 27, Orchids. A permanent (52¢) Odontioda Island Red coil stamp (Scott 2244), 96¢ Potnara Jannet Elizabeth Fire Dancers coil (2245) and booklet (2254) stamps, $1.15 Laeliocattleya Memoria Evelyn Light coil (2246) and booklet (2255) stamps, $1.60 Masdevallia Kaleidoscope Conni coil (2247) and booklet (2256) stamps, and a souvenir sheet of four (2243) with one each permanent (52¢), 96¢, $1.15 and 1.69 Orchid stamps, Linn's, Dec. 24, page 1.

*Asterisks precede entries with new or changed information. New/changed information is in bold italics.

HOW TO ORDER STAMPS OR COVERS

Mail orders for mint stamps, uncut press sheets, postal stationery and first-day covers (FDCs) should be sent to Canada Post, National Philatelic Centre, 75 St. Ninian St., Antigonish, Nova Scotia NS B2G 2R8, Canada; or telephone 800-565-4362.