Canada Post introduced a category for Personalized machineable mail. They are defining it as printed matter with a list of items for sale containing item descriptions, item numbers and/or prices. A mini-catalog must contain a minimum of eight pages or panels (may include coupons or special offers) but still meet the specification of Machineable Standard […]
Canada Post issued a new stamp with a photo of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The photo was taken by Chris Jackson in 2017. The Queen has appeared on many Canadian stamps as a princess and since her coronation in May 1953. The Maple-leaf brooch, depicted on the postal card example, is a piece of […]
Canada’s postal operator wants letter writers and those requesting international parcel delivery to boldly send their packages to places where they have never gone before – with special commemorative “Star Trek” stamps attached to them.
Should a border wall be built between the U.S. and Mexico, flooding conditions could grow worse, Mexican officials believe, creating numerous delays in the process.
For the sesquicentennial, Canada Post is developing several commemorative stamps depicting some of the special events that helped put Canada on the map – in more ways than one.
Perhaps nothing is more synonymous with postal worker dilemmas than overprotective dogs.
With this being Holy Week for much of the world, international deliveries may take slightly longer to reach their intended destinations.
Southern Colombia’s capital city was deluged with heavy amounts of precipitation April 1 that’s engulfed the region.
Home and business owners in Australia expecting international delivery services will have to wait a bit longer for their mailings to arrive, as the Queensland area braces for a major weather maker.
On the heels of a three-day work stoppage announced and completed by Air France, La Poste is informing residents and business owners that their packages and mailings may take longer to get to them than usual,