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11 - blue on white
12 - green on white
13 - white on black
Type Plate Notes Reporter
Passenger 008 286 Daryl C. reports the new 2012 Nunavut base plates now have a graphic background that has a polar bear, an inukshuk, and the northern lights. The first flat plate in Canada, it uses the same 3M fonts as states such as Minnesota and South Carolina. For the first-issued passenger plate, see
The lowest spotted by a Highs reporter is 001 835 by Nicholas Pescod.
Jim Sadler
Non-passenger Plates
ATV A01 755 Motorcycle size plate
Replaces the former Quad/Snowmobile plate on the original (bear) issue. (see below)
Andrew Osborne
Commercial C02 045 Original base (bear) high: C7432N 2014-07-25 Andrew Osborne Mike Franks
Dealer D1194N Plate Finder Number One
Government G01 048 New flat style
Original base (bear) high: G6113N
Ben Maltz
Motorcycle 10897N Charles Humphrey reports new style plate A01 072 in Motorcycle size, but it was on an ORV, so it could either be Motorcycle or Quad/Snowmobile, or a combined use plate if those types were merged. The plate had an old style March decal and a separate white on black "13" sticker. Matt Embro
Public Service P00 293 Used on taxis. Sam Farley
Quad/Snowmobile 14973N Red letters, motorcycle size, seen online, Mar. 07 sticker

This type is now called ATV on the new issue. (see above)
Eric Sivertsen
Rental Car RE346N Andrew Osborne
School Bus S1147N Jacco Hoekstra
Trailer T1773N As with some other classes, Trailer plates are being issued in a somewhat random order because boxes were opened out of order. To further prove how plates are being issued out of sequence: trailer plate T1760N was issued on Aug 19, 2010, a mere two and half years after the current high of T1773N Eric Sivertsen
Inactive Series
Commercial (1999 series) C7419N Andrew Osborne reports C5541N was issued on 2004-04-03, which supports the report he heard that boxes are being opened in reverse order. This is also happening with other types, so tracking highs will be impossible as long as this continues. Andrew Osborne
Passenger (1999 series) 23171 N 10004N reported as a low by John Hayes. The issue began at 10000N. Andrew Osborne