The Royal Canadian Mint has released a stunning 1 oz pure silver coin featuring the lights of the Parliament Hill. The lights of the Parliament Hill attract thousands every year, who marvel at the beautiful design of the lights. The Royal Canadian Mint aims through this coin to eternalize this enchanted moment and capture the beauty of these colored lights. 

The reverse of the new coin portrays the Parliament Hill's Peace Tower, with a unique Colour Reveal lighting up by the use of a black light. The use of the black light to highlight the coin enhanced the beauty of the design of the coin, showing the Peace Tower glowing with Northern Lights in the dark, just like Parliament Hill at night! The reverse also shows the face value of the coin, 20 dollars. The reverse is based on a photograph by Matt Eggink.

The obverse of the coin displays an effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll by Susanna Blunt.

Northern Lights on Parliament Hill is a magical sound and light show that attracts over 200,000 spectators in Canada's Ottawa each year. The imagery projected onto the Peace Tower in Ottawa is a dream-like voyage through the wonders of Canadian culture and history. 

Northern Lights is a free bilingual show presented nightly from early-July to early-September by Canadian Heritage. More than one million visitors have seen the show since its inception!

This beautiful coin is struck in 99.99 pure silver with a proof finish. It has a limited mintage of only 4,500 pieces.