The RPSC appoints New Editor for The Canadian Philatelist

The Royal Philatelic Society of Canada is pleased to announce that Robin Harris FRPSC has been appointed to the role of editor of The Canadian Philatelist, its flagship publication.

Founded in 1950, The Canadian Philatelist is the official journal of the RPSC. Members receive six issues yearly as part of their membership. Each issue of TCP contains compelling philatelic articles, business and news of The RPSC, philatelic news, auction and events calendars, meeting notices and Society reports.

Robin is well known for his contributions to Canadian philately and the RPSC. He is the webmaster of the RPSC and editor of the Unitrade Specialized Catalogue of Canadian Stamps. Robin also writes the Around the World column for Canadian Stamp News and sat on Canada Post’s Stamp Advisory Committee. In addition he edits the BNAPS Elizabethan study group’s newsletter Corgi Times and has just won the John S. Siverts best Study Group newsletter award for a fourth time.

Robin has been collecting stamps for nearly 50 years. His interests include, but are not limited to: Canada, particularly the Elizabethan II era; Great Britain Machins; United Nations; and United States.

Ed Kroft FRPSC, President of the RPSC, praised the appointment: “The RPSC is pleased to have Robin as editor of our publication. I thank Herb Colling, our past editor, for all of his work and contributions. The RPSC encourages submissions to the journal from all philatelists.”

Those wishing to submit articles for publication are encouraged to contact Robin at

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