Today, Canada Post releases its newest commemorative stamp in honour of 250 years of formal postal service in Canada.
Canada Post’s 2012 Social Responsibility report showed a 12-per-cent decrease in injury frequency from the previous year, marking the Corporation’s best safety performance in nearly 30 years.
Today Canada Post celebrates freedom, adventure and speed, with the release of the first two Permanent™ domestic rate stamps in a set dedicated to Canadian motorcycle manufacturing and design.
The sale of a mail processing plant in downtown Vancouver lifted the Canada Post Group of Companies1 to a profit before tax of $51 million for the first quarter ended March 30, 2013.
Following any winter, the warmer spring air encourages many Canadians to enjoy long-awaited outdoor activities.