Canada Post unveils stamp honouring jazz legend Eleanor Collins

Canada Post has revealed its new stamp honouring trailblazing jazz singer Eleanor Collins.

The stamp depicting the "Canadian First Lady of Jazz" was unveiled at a virtual ceremony on Friday, paying tribute to her life and legacy ahead of Black History Month.

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