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    Black History Month stamp celebrates little-known hockey history

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    Canada Post today unveiled a stamp honouring the Colored Hockey Championship and the all-Black hockey teams in the Maritimes that competed for it between 1895 and the early 1930s.

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    Happy Lunar New Year! Canada Post celebrates Year of the Rat

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    Canada Post has issued two stamps celebrating the Year of the Rat – representing the first year in the Lunar New Year cycle and the final issue in a second 12-year series honouring the annual festival.

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    From Far and Wide: New stamps showcase nine more must-see sites

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    Canada Post has released the third set of stamps in its From Far and Wide series. Continuing the theme of the 2018 and 2019 issues, the latest edition presents stamps featuring more of Canada’s most breathtaking vistas, released to transport mail to places near and far — and send one’s sense of wanderlust soaring.

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    Price of a domestic stamp rises to 92 cents from 90 cents

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    Postage rates rise on January 13, with the price for stamps purchased in a booklet, coil or pane for domestic Lettermail™ TM items weighing 30 grams or less increasing to $0.92, up from $0.90. The price of a single domestic stamp will increase to $1.07, up from $1.05.

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    Record deliveries continue as Canada Post prepares for last-minute online shoppers

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    There is still plenty of time to shop online as Canada Post’s holiday delivery plans are in full effect, helping us to deliver a record 3.2 million parcels over this past weekend and on Monday. On Monday (December 9) we delivered 2.2 million parcels, combined with the 960,000 we delivered over the weekend which were both new highs. We expect to deliver an average of 1.7 million parcels a day between now and Christmas.

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    Canada Post segment reports $135-million loss before tax in third quarter

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    OTTAWA – Canada Post recorded a loss before tax of $135 million in the third quarter of 2019, as ongoing declines in mail volumes were only partially offset by Parcels volume growth.

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    Statement – Magi Stamp

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    Canada Post has issued a recall of The Magi Holiday domestic stamp booklets of 12 as we have detected that some of them may be defective. We apologize for this error and are working to reprint and restock the item and expect to have replacement booklets available for sale online on Friday, November 22 and in stores early the week of November 25.

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    Canada Post wishes Canadians “Hanukkah Same’ah” with new stamp

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    Hanukkah begins on the 25th day of Kislev, the third month of the Jewish calendar year, and lasts for eight days. In 2019, the festival occurs from nightfall on December 22 until nightfall on December 30. Canada Post is issuing this stamp today, well in advance of the celebration, so that Canadians can make their Hanukkah cards and other mail more festive.

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    Stamp marks 150th anniversary of the historic Red River Resistance

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    Canada Post today issued a stamp marking the 150th anniversary of the Red River Resistance of 1869-70. It was a turbulent time when Métis rights were asserted, leading to negotiations that shaped the creation of Manitoba as a province.

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    Continuing the tradition of making mail merrier

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    For more than five decades, Canadians have enjoyed the opportunity to dress up their December holiday mail with festive stamps.

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