2019 Canada 📭 RED RIVER RESISTANCE 🤠🤠 MNH Single Stamp 📬 Historical Issue

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Stamp: One (1) MNH SINGLE STAMP in title from the 2019 Canada Post Red River Resistance Issue


2019 Red River Resistance Issue

Get this SINGLE STAMP from a booklet of 10 PermanentTM domestic rate stamps marks the Red River Resistance of 1869-70, a defining moment in the history of Manitoba, the Métis people and Canada.

The Red River Resistance began as an assertion of Métis land and cultural rights at a time when the Canadian government was purchasing their traditional lands. Supporters formed a provisional government and, under the leadership of Louis Riel, negotiated with the Canadian government. The Métis’ “Bill of Rights,” outlining their terms for joining Confederation, formed the basis of the Manitoba Act, which made Manitoba Canada’s fifth province on July 15, 1870.

The stamp illustration, by Gérard DuBois, is based on two historical works: a lithograph of Fort Garry by Henry James Warre (1848) and a photograph of Louis Riel and his provisional government councillors (1870).


Issue Date November 6, 2019
Stamp Designer Paprika
Stamp Value PermanentTM (domestic rate)
Quantity Produced 130,000
Dimensions 38 mm x 38 mm

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