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Sept. 29, 2014
Canada Post kicks off annual campaign for Community Foundation

Today marks the beginning of a month-long fundraising effort by Canada Post and its employees to raise funds for the Community Foundation for Children. Funds raised through an annual in-store campaign, employee events and through sales of a special semi-postal stamp allow the Foundation to deliver grants to community-based organizations focused on programs and activities for children and youth.

Sept. 24, 2014
Online retailers win at third edition of Canada Post E-commerce Innovation Awards

In a sold-out room last night for the third annual Canada Post E-commerce Innovation Awards, nine online retailers took top honours in their categories, capping off a milestone year in the progression of Canadian e-commerce.

Sept. 22, 2014
Canada Post unveils new all-in-one online direct marketing solution for small business

Canada Post today unveiled Snap Admail, an all-in-one online tool that is aimed to support small businesses in the creation and execution of direct-marketing campaigns. Snap Admail is available through Canada Post’s website and enables users to create direct mail pieces, plan their target audience, send the pieces for printing and ultimately distribute them in the target markets.

Sept. 16, 2014
Canada Post marks 100th anniversary of the Royal Montreal Regiment with commemorative envelope

Today, Canada Post is unveiling a new commemorative envelope to celebrate the 100 years of service of the Royal Montreal Regiment (RMR). The envelope, available in select post offices and online, illustrates soldiers charging forward during a training exercise in England in 1915.

Sept. 2, 2014
Canada Post celebrates the Charlottetown Conference 150th anniversary with commemorative envelope

Today, Canada Post is issuing a new commemorative envelope to recognize the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference – that began on September 1, 1864 – a historic milestone in Canadian history, marking the discussions of representatives from the colonies of British North America. The envelope, available in select post offices and online, showcases a photograph of the conference delegates on the steps of the Government House in Charlottetown.