Articles Tagged ‘royal canadian mint’

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Check it out: crowdsourced pocket change

From a snowman to images of nature, a new campaign encourages consumers to vote on coin designs for Canada’s 150th.

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Royal Canadian Mint uses change to tell our stories

The Mint’s TV spots feature coins being used to showcase Canada’s 150-year history in an animated way.

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How to convince consumers to keep their change

The Royal Canadian Mint is honouring Canada’s war efforts with a web hub and a new creative platform.

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Canada picks up eight Lions

Canada has won two Silver and six Bronze Lions across Design, Cyber and Radio.

Cash is dead, long live cash

Given the adoption of mobile payments and recent pushes to use plastic, could the end be near for bills and coins?

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Wax wins a coveted Black Pencil at D&AD

The Calgary shop picked up one of seven of the top prizes, while Toronto’s Jam3 also nabbed a Yellow Pencil.

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Royal Canadian Mint tells a war story

The Crown corporation engages in storytelling around the War of 1812 in the hopes of reaching a younger Canadian audience.

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The Grey Cup hits the rails for its 100th celebration

Rona is the lead sponsor of the cross-country tour, which is one of many ways the CFL is promoting the centennial this fall.

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Mint keeps currency current

The Royal Canadian Mint uses augmented reality and art by Gary Taxali to attract new coin collectors.