Canada Post’s new rates, arguably the biggest postal increases in a single year in Canadian history, went into effect on March 31 with very little fuss on the part of the general public. Continue reading →
The museum has even taken the effort to include some designs that never got off the board. This sort of exhibit does two things. First, it presents stamps in a manner that is interesting to average Canadians, who may consider the subject as dry as English toast. Secondly, it presents stamps as authentic pieces of art.
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