After one cancelled convention of its own, as well as countless other shuttered coin shows and dealer stores due to the pandemic, the Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers (CAND) can finally see a light at the end of the tunnel. The roughly 50-member association representing dealers in Canada and the United States held its first virtual annual general meeting (AGM) in early June. Officials and members discussed how they can “better our hobby, our industry and our organization as things go forward,” according to CAND President Michael Findlay, of Angus, Ont. “First and foremost, we want to have some continuity with our convention,” said Findlay, who’s hoping to confirm CAND’s next convention date for early 2022, “preferably” in January, at the Sheraton hotel in downtown Hamilton, Ont. Continue reading →
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