Edward VII had to wait until he was 59 years old, in 1901, before he succeeded his mother, Queen Victoria, who had reigned for 63 years.
It was not until 1903 (2 years later) that the first stamps were issued bearing his likeness in Canada: #89-95
He got one more issue (#98) in the Quebec Tercentenary of 1908.
There were also 2 envelopes and 4 postal cards.
He reigned for just 9 years before being succeeded at age 68 by his son George V.