Access to Information and Privacy Requests/Proactive Disclosure

    Possible delays in treating your request

    Canada Post’s ability to respond to requests and to meet our proactive disclosure requirements within the timelines mandated by the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act may be affected by our current operational pressures due to the exceptional measures put in place to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect the health and safety of Canadians.

    Canada Post will continue to receive and process requests from our employees and the public, as mandated under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act. We will continue to make all reasonable efforts to respond to requests and to meet the timelines for proactive disclosure of information in accordance with our obligations and operational realities.

    Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding during this period as we all navigate these unprecedented challenges.

    Our leadership’s travel and hospitality expenses

    Browse the business travel and hospitality expenses incurred by our senior management and the Board of Directors.

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    Why leadership is reimbursed for their expenses

    Canada Post has close to 64,000 employees and serves more than 16.3 million addresses across Canada. With nearly 6,200 retail post offices, Canada Post maintains the country's largest retail network. To serve the entire country, its operational network includes 21 processing plants and 484 letter carrier depots. The Canada Post Group of Companies, includes Purolator Inc., SCI Group Inc. and Innovapost Inc.

    In the interest of serving customers and employees' needs, Canada Post's president and CEO and the senior management team are required to visit various locations for operational, legislative or legal activities, to engage stakeholders, for internal governance or training. Canada Post strives to be transparent and accountable in how we conduct business.

    Annual corporate expenses

    Travel and hospitality expenses are reported at an aggregate corporate level on an annual basis. All amounts are in thousands of Canadian dollars (totals include Board of Director and senior management expenses).