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About Track

Canada Post's online tracking tool allows you to use the tracking number from your mailing label or receipt to access tracking information and confirm the delivery of your item.

  • Any item with a bar code can be tracked
  • To confirm delivery of your item, you can use your Tracking number, Delivery Notice Card number, or Reference number

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Our tracking system is updated daily. Tracking information may not be available if your item was mailed recently.

Tracking Numbers

Example: 123994832332 (no spaces)

? One line per item if entering more than one.

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Postal Rates View all rates

In Canada Canada
0-30g Permanent (P) stamps $0.85 in booklets and coils | 30-50g $1.20 | 50-100g $1.80

All Permanent stamps have a value of $0.85.
For a $0.63 stamp, add a $0.22 stamp to make-up the postage.

To the U.S.A. USA
0-30g Stamp(s) $1.20 | 30-50g $1.80 |
50-100g $2.95

Internationally International
0-30g Stamp(s) $2.50 | 30-50g $3.60 |
50-100g $5.90

Note: Discounts available when using postage meter or postal indicia.

Instant Answers

Q: I have a $0.63 stamp, what do I do to ensure my letter is not returned?

A: If you placed a $0.63 stamp on a letter weighing up to 30 g, you will need to apply additional $0.22 postage to ensure your items are not returned, for a total value of $0.85.
$0.22 stamps are available for purchase at all postal outlets.

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About Canada Post

Canada Post delivers over 11 billion pieces of mail each year to 14 million destinations. Its 60,000 employees and 6,600 Post Offices—the largest retail network in the country—serve 32 million Canadians and over 1 million businesses and public institutions from coast to coast to coast. In 2007, net income for Canada Post and its affiliates, which include Purolator Courier, SCI Logistics and Innovapost (jointly owned by Canada Post and CGI), was CDN$ 54 million on revenues of CDN$ 7.5 billion. Canada Post is a world leader, providing innovative physical and electronic delivery solutions, creating value for our customers, employees and Canadians. Website: