Canada Put up launches 4 stamps recognizing residential faculties and reconciliation

OTTAWA – Canada Put up is launching 4 new stamps showcasing Indigenous artists’ visions for fact and reconciliation.

The Crown company says that is the primary in an annual collection meant to encourage reflection on the painful legacy of Canada’s residential faculties.

The stamps might be launched on Thursday, a day earlier than the Nationwide Day for Fact and Reconciliation on Friday.

The collection options art work by Jackie Traverse, Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona, Kim Gullion Stewart and Blair Thomson. The stamps are inscribed with the Indigenous language of every of their creators.

Canada Put up says the stamps are cancelled — given an ornamental mark that forestalls reuse — in Brantford, Ont., the positioning of the Mohawk Institute Residential Faculty.

This report by The Canadian Press was first printed Sept. 28, 2022.


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