CAND Winter Show to return in January

Members of the Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers (CAND) are looking forward to returning to Hamilton, Ont., in late January for the association’s annual CAND Winter Show.

The last CAND show was held in January 2020, a few months before the COVID pandemic shut down most coin shows across Canada until this past spring. The CAND show will be the first major coin show to open the 2023 show season.

“We are thrilled the CAND show is returning after the pandemic hiatus,” said CAND President Michael Findlay, who added the association’s members are excited to return to the Sheraton Hamilton Centre in downtown Hamilton on Jan. 28-29. “Our members from across Canada will be bringing a wide selection of currency to the two-day show.”

Before the show opens to the public on Saturday at 10 a.m., members will meet for CAND’s annual general meeting.

CAND is a non-profit association of professional numismatists organized in 1975, and its function is to ensure a high degree of professionalism by its members.

The CAND Winter Show will be held in the Sheraton’s ballroom. It opens both days at 10 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $5 on Saturday and free on Sunday. Indoor parking is available at the parking garage adjacent to the hotel.

The Sheraton is offering a special accommodation rate for all CAND show attendees. For more details, click here.

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