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    “A” and “B” Batteries, 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery

    This commemorative envelope marks 150 years since the establishment of the first full-time or regular elements of the post-Confederation Canadian army.

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    Layers of symbolism are woven into the eye-catching Rangoli pattern on this stamp heralding the arrival of Diwali on November 4. A time to reflect, overcome negativity, and spread light and love, the five-day festival is observed by Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs and others around the world.

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    Christopher Plummer, 1929‑2021

    This issue pays homage to Toronto-born Christopher Plummer, one of the world’s most distinguished actors, featuring him in some of his most celebrated roles.

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    Editorial Cartoonists

    With this stamp issue, Canada Post features the work of five homegrown editorial cartoonists – all members of the Order of Canada and multiple winners of industry awards.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation

    Following the success of the Canada Post Community Foundation's 2020 stamp, this year's design was also selected by Canada Post frontline employees who are well versed in what appeals to their stamp-buying customers.

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    Stan Rogers, 1949-1983

    When Stan Rogers took the stage, guitar in hand, his presence was electric. Standing six foot four, with a deep, rumbling voice that rose and fell like waves on a Nova Scotia shore, he poured his heart and soul into every word he sang. Poetry set to music, his ballads laid bare the lives of the sailors, ranchers, miners and others whose stories had captured his imagination.

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    Bluenose, 1921-2021

    This year marks the 100th anniversary of the launch of Bluenose, the most recognized sailing vessel in Canadian history. The famous schooner was designed and built in response to a rivalry between Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, and Gloucester, Massachusetts, over which community produced the fastest and most successful fishing vessels.

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    John Turner, 1929-2020

    Remembered by mourners at his state funeral for his integrity, humility and grace, the Right Honourable John Napier Wyndham Turner (1929-2020) – Canada’s 17th prime minister – dedicated much of his life to public service.

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    12e Régiment blindé du Canada 150th Anniversary

    Founded as a provisional battalion of infantry in 1871, the 12e Régiment blindé du Canada had soldiers deployed in the First World War and earned numerous battle honours during the Second World War as an armoured unit.

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    Canadian Ballet Legends

    The pair of stamp designs, featured in separate booklets of six and a souvenir sheet, capture each dancer in characteristic movement, indramatic black and white photography, with classic metal gold accents. Two Official First Day Covers, one for each of the legends, are cancelled in theirrespective birthplaces.

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