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2022 Canada Stamp Program

Sep 13, 2022, 2 PM
Canada Post issued a stamp Jan. 21 honoring Eleanor Collins, Canada’s first lady of jazz.

Jan. 21, Black History Month/Eleanor Collins. Nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamp in booklet of six (Scott 3316). Linn’s, Feb. 14, page 1.

Feb. 7, Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee. Nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamp in booklet of 10 (Scott 3318) and pane of 16 (3317). Linn’s, Feb. 28, page 15.

March 1, Callas. Two nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamps in booklet of 10 and coils of 50 (white calla Scott 3322, 3321, pink calla 3323, 3320); and souvenir sheet of two (3319). Linn’s, March 7, page 10.

April 7, Organ and Tissue Donation. Nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamp in booklet of 10 (Scott 3324). Linn’s, April 25, page 1.

April 12, Eid. Nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamp in booklet of six (Scott 3325). Linn’s, May 2, page 17.

April 22, Salome Bey. Nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamp in booklet of six (Scott 3326). Linn’s, May 9, page 1.

May 20, Endangered Whales. Five nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamps in booklet of 10 showing Orcinus orca (Scott 3329), Delphinapterus leucas (3328), Balaenoptera musculus (3331), Hyperoodon ampullatus (3332), Eubalaena glacialis (3330); and souvenir sheet of five (3327). Linn’s, June 6, page 1.

June 9, Vintage Travel Posters. Five nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamps in booklet of 10 showing Mont Tremblant Resort, Quebec, by Herbert Bayer (Scott 3334),The Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, by Norman Fraser (3335), Cruise the Great Lakes, after the work of Tom Purvis, c. 1937 (3337), Travel the Canadian, by Roger Couillard, 1955 (3336), and Canada’s Picturesque East Coast, by Peter Ewart, c. 1950 (3334); souvenir sheet of five (3333); and souvenir sheet of five with Capex logo in selvage (3333f). Linn’s, July 4, page 12.

June 21, Indigenous Leaders. Three nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamps in three booklets of six honoring Marie-Anne Day Walker-Pelletier, Chief of Okanese First Nation (Scott 3340), Jose Kusugak, Inuk politician (3341), and Harry Daniels, Metis politician and president of Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (3342); and souvenir sheet of three stamps (3339). Linn’s, July 11, page 18.

July 7, Help for Ukraine. Nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢)+10¢ semipostal stamp in booklet of 10. Linn’s, June 13, page 1.

July 21, Vintage Carousels. Five nondenominated permanent-rate (92¢) stamps in booklet of 10 and souvenir sheet of five. Linn’s,Aug. 8, page 12.

Sept. 19, Canada Post Community Foundation. Semipostal stamp.

Sept. 29, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

*September, 50th Anniversary of 1972 Canada-USSR Summit Series in Ice Hockey.

Oct. 6, Diwali.

?, Canadians in Flight. Five stamps.

Fall?, War Hero Tommy Prince.

?, Hanukkah.

?, Christmas/Birds. Three stamps.

?, Christmas/The Nativity.

*Asterisks precede entries with new or changed information. New/changed information is presented in bold italics. Details of each issue listed in this program are given in the cited issues of Linn’s. Stamps are self-adhesive unless otherwise noted.

 

PURCHASING CANADIAN STAMPS

Canadian stamps and first-day covers are available at the Canada Post website (www.canadapost.ca), and by mail order from Canada Post Customer Service, Box 90022, 2701 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, ON K1V 1J8 Canada; or by telephone from the United States or Canada at 800-565-4362, and from other countries at 902-863-6550. Canada’s stamps and stamp products also are available from many new-issue stamp dealers, and from Canada Post’s agent in the United States: Interpost, Box 400, Hewlett, NY 11557.


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