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Weather Observing, 1840-1990

Weather Observing, 1840-1990 Canada Postage Stamp
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Weather Observing, 1840-1990
Date of Issue
September 5, 1990
Postal Administration
Perforation or Dimension
12.5 x 13.5
Ashton-Potter Limited.
Designed by Denis L'Allier.
About Stamp
This new commemorative stamp honours 150 years of weather observing in Canada. When Lieutenant C.J.B. Riddell had the climate observations operation moved from Old Fort York to a log observatory on King's College, now called the University of Toronto, on September 5, 1840, the first rudimentary, but systematic, recording of the weather began. Today, even though some of the weather observing instruments remain the same, the advent of computer technology and the increasing sophistication of satellites have enabled forecasters to predict the weather with great accuracy. Still many Canadians volunteer their time to record the weather each day. Montreal designer Denis L'Allier and Dominique Trudeau created this stamp by using a photo of clouds taken by David Collins of the Institute for Aerospace Research, National Research Council of Canada.
Canada Post Corporation. Presenting, 1990.
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