What are the New Postage Rates Canada from 2019?

Canada post postal rates would increased on 14th January 2019. It is clearly proposed by Canada Post. Canada post increased the postal rates of booklet, coil, Lettermail, pane upto $0.05 from the previous rates. Canada Post have planning to increased the Prices of Domestic Postage to approx 90 cent per stamp. Be ready to loose your pocket for sending the mail or parcel to your dear ones.

Canada Post services price can be expected to increased in future will be update if any. They yet not plan to increase the prices but inflation may cause to force them to increased the prices.

Canada Post Rates Revised 2019 (Postage stamp)

Postage  Weight Canada Post rates 2018 Canada Post Rates 2019
Booklet Less then Equal to 30 Grams $0.85 $0.90
Coil Less then Equal to 30 Grams $0.85 $0.90
Lettermail Less then Equal to 30 Grams $0.85 $0.90
Pane Less then Equal to 30 Grams $0.85 $0.90
Domestic Stamp Single $1.00 $1.05
  • In January 2018, the Government of Canada unveiled a new vision for Canada Post focused on ensuring Canadians have access to high-quality postal services at a reasonable price, no matter where they live. This requires the Corporation to remain financially viable, generating sufficient revenues to support current and future services.
  • Canada Post works to strike the right balance between the need for greater revenues and ensuring it continues to provide good value to the people who rely on the postal service. While usage varies, the impact of the first increase since 2014 would be less than a dollar a year for the average Canadian household and about $14 per year for the typical small business. Canadians can avoid the cost increase by purchasing Permanent stamps at the current rate in advance of the change.
  • Canada Post is also proposing to increase rates for other domestic Lettermail, U.S. and international Letter-post items and domestic Registered Mail. The current proposals will be published for comment on June 23, 2018 in the Canada Gazette Part I. Going forward, the Corporation will resume its annual review of regulated postage rates.

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