The Canadian Stamp Dealers Association (CSDA) has unveiled its new board for the upcoming term that begins on Dec. 1. Long-time CSDA president Rick Day, of Burlington, Ont., has stepped down from the helm after nearly two decades. He’s set to assume the vice-president’s role previously filled by incoming President Angelo Komatsoulis, of Montréal, Qué. “I’ve enjoyed the time, and I’m wishing Angelo all the best,” said Day, the owner of Medallion Stamps, who added, “We’ve all come a long way.” Continue reading →
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