Royal Canadian Mint Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. R-9)

Act current to 2014-09-29 and last amended on 2014-06-19. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE(Sections 2 and 6 to 6.3)

PART 1
NON-CIRCULATION COINS

  • Denominations
  • One million dollars
  • One hundred thousand dollars
  • Two thousand five hundred dollars
  • One thousand two hundred and fifty dollars
  • One thousand dollars
  • Five hundred dollars
  • Three hundred and fifty dollars
  • Three hundred dollars
  • Two hundred and fifty dollars
  • Two hundred dollars
  • One hundred and seventy-five dollars
  • One hundred and fifty dollars
  • One hundred and twenty-five dollars
  • One hundred dollars
  • Seventy-five dollars
  • Fifty dollars
  • Thirty dollars
  • Twenty-five dollars
  • Twenty dollars
  • Fifteen dollars
  • Ten dollars
  • Eight dollars
  • Five dollars
  • Four dollars
  • Three dollars
  • Two dollars
  • One dollar
  • Fifty cents
  • Twenty-five cents
  • Ten cents
  • Five cents
  • Three cents
  • One cent

PART 2
CIRCULATION COINS

(Sections 2 and 6.4 to 6.6)

  • 1. A two dollar coin of which

    • (a) the composition is

      • (i) for the inner core, aluminum bronze (copper, aluminum and nickel), and

      • (ii) for the outer ring, pure nickel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 7.30 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 42.38 grams per kilogram of 137 pieces.

  • 1.1 A two dollar coin of which

    • (a) the composition is

      • (i) for the inner core, multi-ply brass-plated aluminium bronze, and

      • (ii) for the outer ring, multi-ply nickel-plated steel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 6.92 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is ±30.45 grams per kilogram of 145 pieces.

  • 2. A one dollar coin of which

    • (a) the composition is bronze plated nickel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 7.0 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 21.38 grams per kilogram of 143 pieces.

  • 2.1 A one dollar coin of which

    • (a) the composition is brass plated nickel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 7.0 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is ±21.38 grams per kilogram of 143 pieces.

  • 2.2 A one dollar coin of which

    • (a) the composition is multi-ply brass-plated steel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 6.27 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is ±30.4 grams per kilogram of 160 pieces.

  • 3. A fifty cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is pure nickel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 8.1 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 12.81 grams per kilogram of 123 pieces.

  • 3.1 A fifty cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is nickel, copper and nickel-plated steel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 6.9 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to the weight is ±30.39 grams per kilogram of 144 pieces.

  • 4. A twenty-five cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is pure nickel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 5.05 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 14.26 grams per kilogram of 198 pieces.

  • 4.1 A twenty-five cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is nickel, copper and nickel-plated steel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 4.4 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to the weight is ±29.66 grams per kilogram of 227 pieces.

  • 5. A ten cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is pure nickel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 2.07 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 21.44 grams per kilogram of 483 pieces.

  • 5.1 A ten cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is nickel, copper and nickel-plated steel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 1.75 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to the weight is ±34.43 grams per kilogram of 571 pieces.

  • 6. A five cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is cupronickel (75 parts copper and 25 parts nickel);

    • (b) the standard weight is 4.6 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 39.77 grams per kilogram of 217 pieces.

  • 6.1 A five cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is nickel, copper and nickel-plated steel;

    • (b) the standard weight is 3.95 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to the weight is ±30.51 grams per kilogram of 253 pieces.

  • 7. A one cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is bronze (copper, tin and zinc);

    • (b) the standard weight is 2.5 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 44.96 grams per kilogram of 400 pieces.

  • 8. A one cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is CPZ (copper plated zinc);

    • (b) the standard weight is 2.25 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 26.72 grams per kilogram of 444 pieces.

  • 9. A one cent coin of which

    • (a) the composition is CPS (copper plated steel);

    • (b) the standard weight is 2.35 grams; and

    • (c) the margin of tolerance with respect to weight is 25.5 grams per kilogram of 425 pieces.

  • R.S., 1985, c. 35 (3rd Supp.), s. 15;
  • SOR/88-410;
  • SOR/90-475;
  • SOR/91-432, 510;
  • SOR/93-105;
  • 1995, c. 26, s. 1;
  • SOR/95-45;
  • SOR/96-75, 104, 488;
  • SOR/98-92, 94, 96, 141, 192;
  • 1999, c. 4, s. 8;
  • SOR/2000-161, 360;
  • SOR/2003-250, 368;
  • SOR/2005-322, 323, 324, 325;
  • SOR/2006-17, 233;
  • SOR/2007-22, 177;
  • SOR/2011-192, 324;
  • SOR/2014-165.