A staple of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA) Convention will make a comeback this July as the in-person gathering returns to Ottawa following a two-year pandemic hiatus. With 12 presentations over two days, the RCNA’s 2022 educational symposium is expected to regain its pre-pandemic form at the upcoming convention, slated for July 20-24 (“RCNA Convention returns this summer in Ottawa,” CCN Vol. 60 #5, June 7, 2022). It comes after a scaled-down online symposium at last year’s virtual RCNA Convention and an outright cancellation in 2020 – all due to COVID-19. “I think it’s going to be great to have the whole convention back in person, and the educational symposium is a big part of it,” said RCNA Convention Committee Chair James Williston, of Calgary, Alta. “They’re always well attended, they’re always interesting, and everyone learns a lot about all the different subjects being presented.” Continue reading →
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