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Canada Post offers a wide selection of postage stamps, stationery, supplies and philatelic products such as Collection Canada (albums), Official First Day Cover Collection, Quarterly Collector’s Packs and Coin and Stamp sets.
Philatelic products are available at post offices and through authorized stamp sales agents across Canada. Customers may visit the Stamps & Gifts Online store at canadapost.ca/shop for more information.
Table 1 lists the acceptable methods of payment for Philatelic Products. Some restrictions or conditions may apply.
The PERMANENT™ stamp, identified with the letter “P” in place of a value, is always accepted at the current domestic basic letter price regardless of stamp price increases. They are available in coils of 50 and 100 stamps; pane and booklet formats.
Visit Canada Post Prices at canadapost.ca/prices to obtain pricing on postage supplies.
For further information on our newest commemorative/definitive stamps, or view the interactive digital publications such as Details and Collections at www.canadapost.ca/collection.
Customers wishing to have their own first day cover cancelled are to forward the self-addressed cover to the National Philatelic Centre in Antigonish. The cover is to be mailed early enough to arrive at the destination for the first day of sale of the new stamp. A charge per cover is levied for stamp affixing, cancellation and return through the regular mail service.
On request, philatelists may obtain a clear cancellation of philatelic covers by taking them to a post office and handing them in with a second envelope bearing a complete and valid postal address and sufficient postage to enable such mail items to be forwarded to the addressee through regular mail delivery channels.
Pictorial cancels are available from the respective post offices across Canada. To obtain any of the available cancels, send an envelope and/or cover stamped with proper postage inside another stamped envelope addressed to the postmaster of the desired post office.
Visit canadapost.ca/collecting/cancels to view all current cancels and respective mailing addresses.