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2021 Virtual RCNA Convention

July 16, 2021 to July 25, 2021

Delta Hotel Ottawa City Centre, 101 Lyon St. N., Ottawa, ON, K1R 5T9

**IN-PERSON CONVENTION CANCELLED; VIRTUAL EVENTS PLANNED**

After cancelling last year’s annual convention due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA) is set to return to form, albeit virtually, this July. While it’s the RCNA’s first virtual convention, it’s the association’s second online event following last year’s annual general meeting (AGM). This July’s online-only show – to be held via Zoom from July 16-25 – is open to everyone to attend.

Both the educational symposium and new panel discussion forums take place on the opening weekend, July 17-18. Nine RCNA chapter club meetings take place from July 19-23, with two events held each evening from Monday to Thursday plus another one on Friday. All other public events, including the AGM, club delegates’ meeting, award presentations, incoming executive meeting and convention wrap-up reception, are on July 24-25.

For a full schedule, read CCN’s 2021 convention preview here. For a full symposium preview, click here.

Name: Paul Johnson
Phone: 647-401-4014
Email: info@rcna.ca
Web: https://www.rcna.ca/2021/index.php

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