Mint's new coin honours founder of Manitoba and Metis leader Louis Riel

WINNIPEG -- The Royal Canadian Mint has issued a new coin featuring a portrait of Louis Riel, an important Metis leader and the founder of Manitoba.

The coin was launched on the 175th anniversary of Riel's birth.

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