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    Canada Post to issue new Truth and Reconciliation stamp in 2022

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    OTTAWA – In keeping with its commitment to the principles of truth and reconciliation, Canada Post is working with Indigenous experts to issue a Truth and Reconciliation stamp in 2022 – the first in what will be an annual series.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation ramps up 2021 campaign, rolls out grants to improve the lives of Canadian children

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    OTTAWA – As the Canada Post Community Foundation launches its 2021 fundraising campaign, 100 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 Community Foundation announces recipients of $1.3 million in grants that will help children across the country

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    The Canada Post Community Foundation today announced that 118 organizations across the country will receive $1.3 million in total grants for projects that will have a positive impact on Canadian children and youth.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation issues grants of $1.2 million to better the lives of children

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    The Canada Post Community Foundation today announced approximately $1.2 million in grants to 118 groups that help children in communities across Canada, as new stamps went on sale to help raise funds for next year’s grants.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation for Children accepting grant applications

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    The Canada Post Community Foundation for Children is accepting applications for 2019 grants. More than $1.15 million is available for charities, school programs and groups that serve the needs of young people. Applications are available until April 5, and are open to national and grassroots local organizations across the country.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation for Children grants $1.2 million

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    Canada Post today announced the names of the 2018 grant recipients of the Canada Post Community Foundation for Children. The Foundation gave a total of $1.2 million to 112 groups from all provinces and territories.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation for Children unveils fundraising stamps

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    Canada Post kicks off its annual Community Foundation fundraising campaign today with the launch of two new stamps. From the purchase of every 10-stamp booklet, $1 goes to the Foundation.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation for Children grants more than $1.1 million

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    Canada Post today announced the 2017 recipients of the Canada Post Foundation for Children grants. Across the country, 103 organizations will share more than $1.1 million.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation for Children accepting grant applications

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    The Canada Post Community Foundation for Children is accepting applications for 2017 grants. More than $1 million is available for charities, school programs and other groups serving the needs of young people.

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    Canada Post Community Foundation accepting grant applications

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    Starting today, the Canada Post Community Foundation for Children is accepting grant applications until midnight on Monday, April 11.

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