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Jan. 29, 2015
Romantics sweet on postmarks from four unique offices

For thousands of romantics around the world, a post office by any other name would never be as sweet. And it’s because of them that postmasters at four Canadian outlets are doing double time in these weeks before Valentine’s Day.

Jan. 27, 2015
Canada Post celebrates hope, courage and freedom with new Nelson Mandela stamp

Today, Canada Post is unveiling a new stamp to commemorate the heroic life of Nelson Mandela, and celebrate the legacy of courage, determination and persistent hope he left behind. The stamp recognizes the special relationship Canada shared with Mandela, who referred to this country as his home away from home.

Jan. 11, 2015
Stamp celebrates life and legacy of Sir John A. Macdonald on the 200th anniversary of his birth

On the 200th anniversary of Sir John A. Macdonald’s birth, Canada Post is issuing today a stamp to celebrate the country’s first prime minister, a nation builder whose achievements shaped the nation. Designed by Montréal’s Paprika, the stamp mixes a traditional photo with modern design to create a fresh look at a subject who has appeared on stamps many times over the past 100 years.

Jan. 6, 2015
Canada Post stamp issue welcomes Year of the Ram

In its seventh release in a 12-year series, Canada Post honours Lunar New Year with a pair of stamps commemorating the Year of the Ram, a time marked by creativity, caring, sensitivity and transforming misfortune into good luck.

Jan. 5, 2015
Canada Post begins to make Operational Changes to Help Alleviate Gridlock in Toronto’s Downtown Core

Canada Post understands that the City of Toronto must address ongoing issues with traffic congestion and gridlock in the downtown core. We also understand that our own delivery vehicles contribute to traffic congestion.