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    A record-setting end to an unprecedented year provides Canada Post with key learnings for 2021 and beyond

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    At Canada Post, we believe the rapid and sustained shift to online shopping created a tipping point that will have a profound impact on the Canadian economy, especially as we build back from COVID-19.

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    Festive Lunar New Year series wraps up with a flourish

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    OTTAWA – As spectacular as the celebration itself, a special set of Lunar New Year stamps was issued today, ushering in the Year of the Ox with a retrospective collection of all 24 colourful stamp designs from the past 12 years.

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    Canada Post holds stamp prices at 2020 levels, while minimizing impact of other price changes

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    As Canadians continue to connect through the postal system, Canada Post will maintain stamp prices at 2020 levels through 2021. That means the price of a stamp for a letter mailed within Canada and weighing less than 30 g will remain at $0.92 when purchased as part of a booklet, coil or pane, and $1.07 when purchased individually. Stamp prices for letters, cards and postcards sent to the U.S. and other international destinations will also remain the same.

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    Canada Post adjusts holiday parcel shipping deadlines in response to unprecedented demand

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    As Canada Post responds to the full impact of the changes Canadians are making in response to safety and travel restrictions, we are working hard to safely deliver the pre-Christmas surge.

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    Canada Post seeing unprecedented demand for shipping, supplies and stamps at the post office as Canadians connect through the mail this holiday season

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    Canada Post is experiencing an unprecedented number of transactions at post offices across the country as Canadians look to safely connect with loved ones through the mail this holiday season.

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    Canada Post begins countdown to Christmas as holiday parcel volumes ramp up

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    In the final days before the calendar turned to December, Canada Post delivered almost 3 million parcels across the country. That includes approximately 2.1 million parcels delivered on Monday, November 30, 2020 after a weekend with approximately 800 thousand parcel deliveries. As Canada's parcel delivery leader, we've fully implemented plans to scale up and stay safe while responding to the expected heavy holiday parcel volumes.

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    Canadians encouraged to mail letters to Santa this week to guarantee a reply before Christmas

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    Canada Post is reminding Canadians to mail their letters to Santa this week to ensure they receive a reply before Christmas.

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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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