In January 2019, Canada released a new $1 coin design to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the uncriminalization of homosexuality.
In 1969, the law abolished the law criminalizing homosexual consent in adults.
This news quickly spread on the major LGBTI websites.
The coin was issued by the Royal Canadian Mint, with the words 1969 and 2019, and the English and French “equality”. However, the Royal Canadian Mint said it would not disclose the date of issue or the name of the artist.
The coin was made after the Canadian government officially apologized last November. It must be said that the Canadian government has made a significant contribution to helping citizens enjoy equal rights.
This coin is not only a currency that can be circulated, it is a significant commemorative coin for the LGBTI world.
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