Canada Games - 6 cents 1969 - Canadian stamp
- Quantity: 24 250 000
- Issue date: August 15, 1969
- Printer: Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited
- Perforation: 12
- Scott: #500
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A significant advance in the encouragement of emerging athletes has been achieved by establishment of the Canada Games, a concept which reached fruition at the 1st Winter Games held in Quebec City and area from February 11 to 19, 1967. The eligibility of entrants, male or female, all representing their home Province or Territory, is restricted to Canadian citizens or landed immigrants with 2 years residence in Canada. By eliminating rigid qualifying athletic standards it is hoped that aspiring athletes will gain from association and competition with those who have achieved national or international status. Some 1,800 persons, representing all Provinces and Territories, competed in 14 sports at the 1967 Quebc Games.
Designed by Carleton McDiarmid
Picture engraved by Yves Baril
Lettering engraved by Donald J. Mitchell
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