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    Stamps capture Indigenous artists’ visions for truth and reconciliation

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    OTTAWA – Canada Post unveiled today four new stamps that encourage awareness and reflection on the tragic legacy of Indian residential schools and the need for healing and reconciliation. The stamps – being released September 29 in connection with the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 – are the first in an annual series showcasing the visions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis artists for the future of truth and reconciliation.

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    Stamp celebrates the shared experience millions of Canadians had watching Team Canada’s epic Summit Series victory 50 years ago

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    OTTAWA – Canada Post today marked the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Summit Series with a stamp that celebrates the experience that millions of Canadians shared in as they watched an unprecedented clash of hockey titans – and Team Canada’s dying-seconds victory in Game 8 – on television.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation ramps up 2022 campaign, rolls out grants to improve the lives of Canadian children

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    OTTAWA – As the Canada Post Community Foundation launches its 2022 fundraising campaign, 101 organizations across the country have been informed they will receive much-needed funding to support their efforts to improve the lives of Canadian children and youth.

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    Canada Post segment reports $160-million loss before tax for second quarter

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    OTTAWA – Canada Post recorded a loss before tax of $160 million in the second quarter of 2022 as Canadians’ online shopping slowed and revenue declined for Parcels and Transaction Mail.

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    Fun and fanciful new stamps celebrate Canada’s vintage carousels

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    CALGARY – Today, Canada Post released an enchanting set of stamps to celebrate the wonder and playfulness of vintage carousels in Canada.

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    Picture Postage program update

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    After careful consideration, Canada Post has decided to wind down its Picture PostageTM offering as of September 1, 2022. The program allows users to create personalized postcards and stamps. While relatively unique when it was introduced in 2000, numerous options are now available online for users to create customized items.

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    Supporting Ukrainians in time of dire need: New fundraising stamp now on sale at post offices across the country and online

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    OTTAWA – Recognizing the generosity of Canadians in times of need, Canada Post has issued a semi-postal fundraising stamp to provide customers and collectors with a way to support the people of Ukraine and the escalating humanitarian crisis.

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    Canada Post contest offers big prizes to small businesses

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    OTTAWA – Canada Post added a new element to its Tales of Triumph contest supporting small businesses. The new “Canada’s Choice” category lets Canadians vote for their favourite contest finalist. The company with the most votes will receive a $10,000 prize package.

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    Canada Post introduces Anti-Racism and Anti-Discrimination Charter

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    OTTAWA – Canada Post today released an Anti-Racism and Anti-Discrimination Charter that affirms its commitment to foster a safe, inclusive workplace free from racism or discrimination.

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    New stamp commemorates extraordinary leadership of Chief Marie-Anne Day Walker-Pelletier

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    FORT QU’APPELLE, SASKATCHEWAN – Today, at an event in Fort Qu’Appelle, Sask., Canada Post unveiled its commemorative stamp recognizing the incredible 39-year leadership of Chief Marie-Anne Day Walker-Pelletier. As leader of the Okanese First Nation in Saskatchewan, she served the most consecutive terms ever by an elected First Nations chief in Canada.

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