Members of the House of Commons may only send Parliamentary Mailings using Unaddressed Admail (Government Mail Free of Postage) to constituents up to a maximum of four times each calendar year. These mailings must consist of printed matter only. Members of the House of Commons are entitled to Parliamentary Unaddressed Admail beginning on the day that their election to the House is announced in the Canada Gazette and up to 10 days after they leave office. All mailings must be mailed in Ottawa through the House of Commons Post Office. Additional mailings, after the first four mailings, are subject to the applicable price. Contact a Canada Post Representative for further details and requirements.
Parcel Services, options and special services require payment of the applicable prices when sending Government Mail Free of Postage. These services include: