If you would like to file a claim for a lost item, please allow 21 business days from the delivery standard date before opening a service ticket online or contacting our call centre. Note that we have suspended On-time Delivery Guarantees for all parcel services until further notice. Customers across the country should expect delays with their parcel deliveries as we put the safety of our people, and the communities we serve, first. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Decide which of these scenarios fits your situation to find out what you can do next:
- The delivery address was wrong or incomplete
We deliver items as addressed and will make every attempt to correct any addressing issues. Learn more about what happens to a parcel or letter that is addressed incorrectly or missing information.
- Track status shows as Delivered
If the Track status of your letter or parcel shows as Delivered, but the item has not been received, click here.
- Mail item has not arrived by the expected date
If the parcel or letter was sent with a service that includes tracking, use the Track tool to see its status. (To use Track, the parcel must be sent using a service that can be tracked, such as Xpresspost™, Expedited Parcel™, Priority™, Registered Mail™ or Tracked Packets™.)
Submit a service ticket
Select one of the following forms based on whether you have a Canada Post customer account number. Fill out the form to submit a service ticket.