How many coins does the Royal Canadian Mint in Canada make per year?
Just over fifteen million a year
Since 1984, all of Australia's general circulation coins have been minted at the Royal Australian Mint Canberra. Prior to 1984, Australia's decimal coins were minted at the Royal Australian Mint Melbourne and the Royal Australian Mint Perth as well as the Royal Australian Mint Canberra. Very occasionally, some have been minted overseas at the Royal Mint London, the Royal Mint Wales and the Royal Canadian Mint.
The answer will probably never be known. The Royal Australian Mint (RAM) Canberra opened in 1965. By 1984 had the sole responsibility for minting all of Australias circulating coins. Some coins had previously been minted by the Melbourne and Perth Mints and a few overseas Mints such as the Royal Mint and the Canadian Mint. The Royal Australian Mint also produces coins for a number of other countries in addition to bullion coins, medals, medallions…