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    Stamps showcase crabapple blossoms with Canadian origins

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    OTTAWA – Today, Canada Post released the latest in its popular flower series, a two-stamp issue showcasing the blossoms of crabapple tree cultivars with a Canadian distinction, the Malus 'Rosseau' and Malus 'Maybride'.

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    Canada Post sends every household a free, prepaid postcard

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    OTTAWA – While we keep our distance to fight the spread of COVID-19, staying connected with friends and loved ones is harder than ever. To help Canadians stay in touch now, when it matters so much, Canada Post will deliver approximately 13.5 million postcards, one to every residential address in the country.

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    Processing at Gateway facility in Mississauga returns to normal

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    Processing has now returned to normal at our Gateway facility in Mississauga, Ont. We have been operating our full schedule since Sunday, February 7, when shift 3 employees at Gateway East safely returned to work.

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    Snow mammals that turn white in winter featured on new stamps

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    SNOW LAKE, MANITOBA – The beauty and diversity of Canada's wildlife take centre stage in a new set of stamps issued today by Canada Post. Snow Mammals features five animals found in Canada that are uniquely adapted to surviving in our snowy climate because their otherwise dark coats turn white in winter.

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    Canada Post announces recipients of the 2020 Awards for Indigenous Students

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    OTTAWA – Canada Post is proud to announce the winners of the 2020 Awards for Indigenous Students. The Canada Post Awards for Indigenous Students were created in 2004 to celebrate the hard work and determination of individuals of Indigenous heritage who’ve embraced a renewed pursuit of learning. The awards are granted annually to select applicants from across the country, and recipients are awarded $2,000 in recognition of their efforts.

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    Early communities honoured in 13th Black History Month series

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    SAINT JOHN, NB and ATHABASCA, AB – The challenges faced by two waves of Black immigrants from the United States in the early 19th and early 20th centuries come to light in a pair of stamps issued this month by Canada Post. These stamps – the 13th issue in our Black History Month series – celebrate the hope and perseverance of the Black pioneers who founded Willow Grove, New Brunswick, and Amber Valley, Alberta.

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    Shipping delays may occur as one shift temporarily closes at Gateway processing facility in Mississauga

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    Since the pandemic began, Canada Post has followed the guidance of public health authorities and made the safety of our employees and customers our top priority.

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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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