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    New stamp offers opportunity to support Ukrainians in time of dire need

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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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    New stamps bring attention to Canada's Endangered whales

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    Canada Post is issuing a set of stamps this week to raise awareness about the plight of five whale species that have populations assessed as Endangered by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC).

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    2022 Canada Post Annual Public Meeting

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    Canada Post will hold its 17th Annual Public Meeting on Thursday, June 16, 2022, via a live webcast that starts at 2:00 pm, ET.

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    Canada Post introduces new state-of-the-art parcel sorting facility

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    Canada Post today unveiled its new leading-edge zero-carbon parcel sorting facility that will have the capacity to process more than one million packages a day. The Albert Jackson Processing Centre will be a key hub for the company’s national network and improve service for Canadians when it officially opens in early 2023.

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    Canada Post and Membertou celebrate new Community Hub with expanded services and support for local businesses

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    Canada Post President and CEO Doug Ettinger and community leaders, including Chief Terry Paul, celebrated the Membertou Community Hub’s grand opening today.

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    Canada Post segment reports $490-million loss for 2021

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    Canada Post recorded a loss before tax of $490 million in 2021, as higher costs partially offset revenue growth across all lines of business. The Canada Post segment's loss improved from a loss before tax of $779 million in 2020.

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    Canada Post issues new stamp honouring Salome Bey

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    Canada Post is launching a new commemorative stamp celebrating Salome Bey, Canada's First Lady of the Blues. Bey was an award-winning singer-songwriter, composer, producer, director and actor, who was also widely revered for how she mentored young artists.

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    Stamp casts light on important Islamic festivals

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    Today, Canada Post issued its latest stamp celebrating Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, two of the most important festivals in the Islamic calendar.

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    New stamp raises awareness of organ and tissue donation

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    More than 4,400 Canadians are waiting for a donation of a life-saving organ, and many more, for healthy tissue to recover from a potentially fatal illness. Today, Canada Post released a new stamp to raise awareness of their need and encourage more people to register as organ and tissue donors.

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    Impacts of the current COVID-19 situation

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    With the rapidly changing situation regarding COVID-19 we’re experiencing a limited impact on staffing. We’re responding by implementing contingency plans where necessary and adjusting our operations to serve Canadians. This situation is fluid across the country and customers may experience delays. In addition, it’s possible that temporary measures may be put in place, such as the reduction of hours or short-term closures, where required.

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