Get the latest on our business and products

    Read our most recent news releases. Browse previously issued company updates by selecting a year to filter your results.

    Filter news releases by year

    Select a year

    See news releases

    All news releases

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post and Canadian Union of Postal Workers renew existing collective agreements for a two-year period

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) have voted to ratify tentative two-year renewal agreements for both urban plant and delivery employees (CUPW-Urban) and Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers (CUPW-RSMC).

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post resumes some pre-COVID-19 delivery practices

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA – With COVID-19 restrictions easing across the country, Canada Post is safely resuming delivery practices for Proof of Age (POA), Signature items and Customs owing items.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post segment reports $151 million loss before tax in second quarter

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA – Canada Post recorded a loss before tax of $151 million in the second quarter of 2021, an improvement of $227 million from the $378 million loss before tax in the same quarter a year earlier. Although significant, this improvement resulted mainly from the unique unfavourable effects of COVID-19 on the business and one-time charges in 2020.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post commits to achieving net-zero GHG emissions by 2050

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA – Canada Post has adopted a science-based target to reduce its scope 1 and scope 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 per cent by 2030, an initial target that will set it on a path to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post and TD enter strategic alliance to expand access to financial services for Canadians

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA / TORONTO – Canada Post and The Toronto-Dominion Bank ("TD") are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic alliance to expand access to financial services for Canadians, beginning with a new personal loan product. Starting this fall, Canada Post and TD will launch a pilot for this new product in select post office locations and will aim to expand availability across Canada, particularly for those in rural, remote and Indigenous communities.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post celebrates legendary folksinger Stan Rogers

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA – Today, Canada Post released a stamp celebrating one of Canada’s most beloved and influential artists, folksinger Stan Rogers.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post to test e-cargo trikes as potential delivery approach

    Posted in: News releases

    MONTRÉAL – On July 19, Canada Post will begin testing e-cargo trikes in selected areas of downtown Montréal as an environmentally friendly option to deliver packages. Over the next three months, trained employees will operate the trikes on some downtown routes.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    Canada Post recognized among Best 50 Corporate Citizens

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA – Canada Post is pleased to have been named in Corporate Knights’ 2021 list of Best 50 Corporate Citizens, recognizing the Crown corporation’s social and sustainability leadership.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    New stamps celebrate the 100th anniversary of Bluenose

    Posted in: News releases

    LUNENBURG, N.S. – Canada Post is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the launch of Bluenose, the Nova Scotian schooner known as the Queen of the North Atlantic, with two new stamps.

    Read more

    Posted in: News releases

    2021 Canada Post Annual Public Meeting

    Posted in: News releases

    OTTAWA – Canada Post will hold its 16th Annual Public Meeting on Thursday, June 10, 2021, via a live webcast that starts at 1:30 pm ET.

    Read more