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Over the last five decades, Canada has made significant strides in becoming a more inclusive society, guided by a belief in diversity, equality for all and the right to live free from discrimination, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or sex characteristics.
Our 2019 EQUALITY circulation dollar is a special celebration of the commemoration of diversity, and the journey to inclusion; of the freedom to love and be loved, a journey that continues to this day. It was a 1969 Act of Parliament that marked the initial milestone on the journey to equality for LGBTQ2 communities by decriminalizing homosexual acts between two consenting people of 21 years or older.
Fourth portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, when she was 77 years old, facing right and surrounded by the inscription.
ELIZABETH II D. G. REGINA
The reverse image is a celebration of community, equality and inclusion. The intertwined stylization invites a personal interpretation of the design, viewed through the lens of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics. The facial traits intentionally reflect gender fluidity and the spectrum of genders; they may belong to two individuals, or they may represent different aspects of one's identity.
1969 C A N A D A 2019