Monthly Archives: June 2013

Canada Post introduces new War of 1812 stamps

Canada Post recently revealed two new stamps in its War of 1812 collection. The latest set commemorates the legends of Laura Secord and Lieutenant-Colonel Charles de Salaberry who defended the country in a battle against the Americans. The stamps are …

Canada Post closes location in Kitchener, Ontario

In an effort to reduce costs within the organization, the Canada Post will shutter an office in Kitchener, Ontario. The facility will officially close on July 19. The close follows an extensive effort by employees and residents to keep their post office …

Canada Post Asks Residents To Remove “No Flyer” Signs

Utilizing bulk mailing software to send direct mail campaigns to Canadian customers helps companies cut costs and reach consumers. But according to CBC News, many Canadian residents have put up signs on their mailboxes asking Canada Post not to deliver flyers …

Benjamin Franklin in Quebec? New Canada Post Stamp.

U.S. businesses that utilize address verification software to reach Canadian customers are now able to bridge country lines with a new stamp. In celebration of the 250th anniversary of Canada Post, the mail service issued a special stamp on June 10 …

New Motorcycle Stamp Set from Canada Post

When looking to reach Canadian customers, small- and medium-sized businesses utilize Postal Address Verification to ensure consumers receive the correct mailing materials. But direct mail marketers have a new way to engage Canadian customers – motorcycle stamps from Canada Post. …

Global Postal Services Look At Collaboration

Post services across the world have found opportunity at the crossroads of tradition and emerging technology. At a recent meeting of the International Post Corporation, member services recognized the potential to advance posts across the world through cross-border delivery and e-commerce. …

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