1 dollar - 75th Anniversary of the Signing Of The United Nations Charter
Peace. Tolerance. Equality. These are values we uphold today, as we did 75 years ago when the devastation of war gave way to a new era of cooperation. On the 75th anniversary of the United Nations (UN), Canada's 2020 $1 circulation coin celebrates our nation's role as a Founding Member and a contributor to world peace. Grouped together in a keepsake collector card, this seven-piece set includes both versions (uncoloured and coloured) of our special $1 coin commemorative circulation coin, which highlights our role as global citizens helping to make the world a better place. The set also includes one of each Canadian coin denomination issued in 2020.
The reverse design by Joel Kimmel is double dated ("1945-2020") to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and its Charter ("UN CHARTER CHARTRE DE L'ONU"). In a nod to the UN logo, a world map within an olive branch wreath is paired with a maple leaf to symbolize Canada's commitment to the UN and its values. In the selectively coloured $1 coin, the maple leaf is clad in red. Both versions include a laser mark of a single maple leaf inscribed in a circle. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.