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    Masks or face coverings are now mandatory at all Canada Post facilities across the country

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    Canada Post has implemented a mandatory mask or face covering policy at all its facilities across the country. This is a national policy which applies to all employees, visitors and customers.

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    Canada Post segment reports $265-million loss before tax in third quarter

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    Canada Post recorded a loss before tax of $265 million in the third quarter of 2020, as declines in Transaction Mail and Direct Marketing revenue and higher costs had a significant impact on earnings. Parcels revenue continued to grow in the quarter, but it was not enough to offset these contributing factors.

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    Canada Post introduces Indigenous and Northern Reconciliation Strategy

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    Canada Post today announced a strategy to renew its long-standing relationship with First Nations, Métis and Inuit people and Northern communities.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation announces recipients of $1.3 million in grants that will help children across the country

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    The Canada Post Community Foundation today announced that 118 organizations across the country will receive $1.3 million in total grants for projects that will have a positive impact on Canadian children and youth.

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    Happy Hanukkah from Canada Post

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    Today, Canada Post issued a new commemorative stamp to mark Hanukkah – the Jewish Festival of Lights. The eight-day celebration begins at nightfall on the 25th day of Kislev in the Hebrew calendar, this year December 10. The stamp is available in advance, so Canadians can use it to send holiday greetings.

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    Centennials of insulin’s discovery, launch of the legendary Bluenose are among subjects honoured in Canada’s 2021 stamp program

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    The stories behind some of Canada’s most historic milestones, significant achievements, iconic artists and natural wonders will come to life in the 2021 stamp program.

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    Canada Post kicks off the holiday season with release of 2020 stamps

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    An annual holiday tradition since 1964, Canada Post has released new stamp issues to help Canadians make their cards and letters more festive.

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    Department of National Defence recognizes Canada Post’s Mail to the Troops program

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    On Thursday, the Royal Canadian Logistics Service of the Canadian Armed Forces, recognized Canada Post’s Mail to the Troops program, in operation for the past 15 years, as well as routine support of Canadian Forces Postal Service, awarding Canada Post a commendation.

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    Canada Post salutes country’s unofficial first woman battlefield artist

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    OTTAWA – Today Canada Post released a new stamp issue featuring Mary Riter Hamilton’s Trenches on the Somme (1919) in honour of the painter, who was unofficially Canada’s first woman battlefield artist.

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    Canada Post asks Canadians to shop early this holiday season

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    Canada Post has released a new video message to Canadians, asking them to please shop early this holiday season.

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