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2019 Canada Stamp Program

Dec 19, 2018, 3 PM

Jan. 14, Queen Elizabeth II. Definitive stamp.

Jan. 14, From Far and Wide. Five nondenominated permanent-rate stamps: Tombstone Territorial Park, Mahone Bay, Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve, Iceberg Alley.

February, Black History Month/Albert Jackson.

February?, Gardenias.

February?, Vancouver’s Asahi Baseball Team.

May 23?, Endangered Turtles. Two stamps.

?, Bears. Four stamps.

?, Canadians in Flight. Stamps honoring World War I flying ace William George Barker and Lazair ultralight planes.

?, Sweet Canada. Stamps featuring regional desserts.

?, Bears. Four stamps.

?, Covered Bridges. Five stamps.

?, Red River Resistance and Joining of the Metis Nation to the Canadian Federation 150th Anniversaries.

September, Canada Post Community Foundation. Semipostal stamp.

November, Christmas/Shiny and Bright. November, Christmas/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 STAMP ISSUES

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 420, Hewlett, NY 11557.