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The only Canada cent that comes close to your description is the 2002 Golden Jubilee commemorative cent. While there is no date on the maple leaf side -- where you would expect it -- there is the 1952-2002 date below Elizabeth's neck on the obverse. These are not very rare -- worth about 10 cents for a nice uncirculated one.

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Q: When did they mint a Canadian one cent with Elizabeth on one side and maple leaves on the other but with no year?
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