The development of Canada Post has been key to building our country. Since the time of our early European settlements, we have overcome our vast geography to bind Canadians together.
Service and Innovation
As employees of Canada Post, we are upholding a proud and honourable tradition of service to Canadians. From horseback and canoe to courier and electronic services, Canada Post has served Canadians in the most timely and efficient manner possible.
Canada Post has changed through the years, adapting to the changing needs of our customers, adopting innovations as they became available. Our job has always been to deliver the mail, using the best available technology to provide the best possible service.
Our business depends upon Canadians using the written word. The ability to read and write is key to Canada Post. So, we have chosen literacy as our cause. We actively support literacy organizations across Canada. We also give the Canada Post Literacy Awards to honour literacy organizations, educators, and individuals who make significant contributions to literacy among Canadians.
Santa Letter Writing Program
Every Christmas, more than one million children in Canada and around the world write letters to Santa Claus. Canada Post employees have volunteered to answer these letters since 1982. Every year, approximately 13,000 employees reply to these letters in 16 languages and Braille. New employee volunteers are always welcome. Santa's address is :