Rural, northern and Indigenous communities in Canada are often under-served when it comes to financial and community services. Access to services may require a lengthy drive and sometimes online access isn’t a reliable way to get the things members of the community need. Our newest post office concept brings new services to help fill potential gaps in these communities.
Canada Post is opening a new post office in Membertou, Nova Scotia that will showcase and test some new features. The Membertou First Nation is a Mi’kmaq First Nation band government in the tribal district of Unama’ki, also known as Cape Breton Island. Customers will be able to do much more than pick up their mail and packages. They’ll have access to new money services, business services, meeting rooms, electric vehicle (EV) charging, a community directory and 24-hour secure drop off and pick up of packages.
What to expect in our new Membertou post office
- Money services
- Canada Post MyMoney Loan
- Money transfers
- business supplies
- computer workstation
- printing and shredding
- Electric vehicle (EV) charging
- Access to local business and community information
- Meeting rooms
- Secure access to:
- Package drop off
- Postal and parcel boxes
Money services for you
There will be an onsite ATM and information on Canada Post’s newest money service – the Canada Post MyMoney Loan.
Going green with electric vehicle charging
The new post office has EV charging stations that are compatible with all electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
One-stop-shop for your small business needs
You will be able to drop off your mail and pick up Staples business supplies in one location. There will also be a computer workstation with printing and shredding services available.
Meeting rooms will be available for booking when you require some in-person face time with your team or associates.
Canada Post is excited to provide communities with better access to products and services they might be currently missing. We will use this new post office as a learning experience to continue to bring more value to Canadians and help better serve the communities that rely on us.
Visit the Membertou post office, in person, at 90 San’tele’sew awti, Membertou, Nova Scotia starting March 31st, 2022.