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1 Canada Post Prices Postal Standards Lettermail COUNTER PRICES Effective January 11, 2016 Trade-mark of Canada Post Corporation. OM Official mark of Canada Post Corporation. canadapost.ca/prices

2 Table of Contents Introduction Counter Prices...1 Contract Prices...1 Fuel Surcharge...1 Tax Information...1 Prepaid Products Parcel Services Prepaid Products...2 Priority Prepaid Envelopes... 3 Xpresspost Prepaid Envelopes... 3 Xpresspost Prepaid Bubble Envelopes... 3 Xpresspost USA Prepaid Envelopes... 3 Xpresspost International Prepaid Envelopes... 3 Canada Parcel Services...4 Delivery Standards at a Glance... 4 Features, Options and Surcharge Prices... 5 Priority Prices...6 Priority Pricing Table... 6 Xpresspost Prices...8 Xpresspost Pricing Table... 8 Regular Parcel Prices...10 Regular Parcel Pricing Table Lettermail Prices...12 Lettermail Pricing Table USA Priority Worldwide USA Prices...14 Priority Worldwide Pricing Table Xpresspost USA Prices...16 Xpresspost USA Pricing Table Expedited Parcel USA Prices...18 Expedited Parcel USA Pricing Table Tracked Packet USA Prices...20 Tracked Packet USA Pricing Table Small Packet USA Prices...21 Small Packet USA Pricing Table Letter-post USA Prices...22 Letter-post USA Pricing Table Canada Post Counter Prices Effective January 11, 2016

3 Table of Contents International Priority Worldwide International Prices Priority Worldwide International Prices...25 Xpresspost International Prices Xpresspost International Prices...27 International Parcel Air Prices International Parcel Air Prices...29 International Parcel Surface Prices International Parcel Surface Prices...31 Tracked Packet International Prices Tracked Packet International Prices...33 Small Packet International Prices Small Packet International Prices...35 Letter-post International Prices Letter-post Pricing Table...36 Other Products and Services Mail Forwarding Service Hold Mail Service Postage Supplies Money Orders International Reply Coupon Convenience Postal Boxes Postal Boxes Pricing Tables...40 Postal Boxes Refund Tables...41 Replacement of Keys Priority, Xpresspost, Lettermail, Expedited Parcel, Tracked Packet, Small Packet, Letter-post, International Parcel, Regular Parcel, Ship-in-a-click, Permanent and Light Packet are trademarks of Canada Post Corporation. Postal Code OM is an official mark of Canada Post Corporation. ii Effective January 11, 2016 Canada Post Counter Prices

4 Introduction The Canada Post Prices binder is provided as a reference tool containing products and services prices and related general information. It must be used together with the Canada Postal Guide, which provides details on all products and services requirements (e.g., Liability Coverage conditions and exceptions). Consult the Canada Postal Guide at the following address: canadapost.ca/postalguide. Alternatively, customers can call Customers should ensure they are using the most current version of Canada Post Prices, which is posted at canadapost.ca/prices. NOTE: Some words and expressions used in this document have a specific meaning. Please refer to section 1 Definitions of the General Terms and Conditions for the definition of specific terms referenced throughout this document. Counter Prices Counter prices are to be used by customers who require that the counter staff weigh their item, calculate the price, and affix the postage. Solutions for Small Business TM (VentureOne TM ) cardholders pricing is found in the Canada Post Business Prices section. Contract Prices For information on contract pricing, contact a Canada Post Sales representative. Fuel Surcharge A fuel surcharge applies to Parcel Services. The fuel surcharge is included in the prices for prepaid products. Consult canadapost.ca/fuelsurcharge for more details. Tax Information All prices and fees published are subject to the Federal Goods and Services Tax (GST), and to the Provincial Sales Tax (PST or QST) or to the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST), where applicable. Tax rules relating to items mailed to foreign destinations and Canadian Forces Post Offices are as follows: not subject to sales taxes if the total price per transaction is $5.00 or more if less than $5.00, subject to GST and QST if mailed from Quebec, HST if mailed from Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland and Labrador, and GST only if mailed from the other provinces and territories. Tax rules relating to interprovincial (consumer) Lettermail and (consumer) Regular Parcel are as follows: subject to GST only if mailed from Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia or the Territories subject to GST only if mailed from Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland and Labrador to Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia or the Territories, and the total price per transaction is $5.00 or more and taken at the counter at the time of payment if the total is less than $5.00, HST if mailed from Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland and Labrador subject to GST only if mailed from Quebec and the total price per transaction is $5.00 or more and taken at the counter at the time of payment if the total is less than $5.00, subject to GST and QST. Tax rules relating to interprovincial (consumer) Priority, (consumer) Xpresspost and (commercial) Parcels are as follows: subject to HST if mailed to Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland and Labrador regardless of total price per transaction subject to GST only if mailed to the other provinces and territories. Tax rules relating to interprovincial (commercial) Lettermail, where postal indicia are used, Canada Post Personalized Mail (Addressed Admail ), Canada Post Neighbourhood Mail TM (Unaddressed Admail ) and Publications Mail are as follows: subject to GST and QST if inducted in Quebec subject to HST if inducted in Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland and Labrador subject to GST only if inducted in the other provinces and territories. Unless covered by a contract or sales agreement, all prices and fees may be changed without notice. In case of discrepancy between printed and online versions, the online version prevails. Canada Post Counter Prices Effective January 11,

5 Prepaid Products Prepaid products are flat-priced, postage-included envelopes in regional and national formats, which are purchased in advance and used as required. Prepaid envelopes are also available for shipping documents to the USA and specified international destinations. Prepaid envelopes can be ordered by calling They can be dropped off at any post office. Depending on the size, Xpresspost prepaid products can also be dropped off in any street letter box. NOTE: All prices in the Prepaid Products section already include a fuel surcharge. Option prices are in supplement. Parcel Services Prepaid Products Canada Post defines Regional, National, U.S.A. and International as follows: Regional: For use between points within the same region. National: For use between regions within Canada. U.S.A.: An item moves from Canada to anywhere in the U.S.A. International: An item moves from Canada to select countries other than the U.S.A. Region Description REGION Atlantic Central Western Nunavut East Nunavut West Northwest Territories Yukon DESCRIPTION Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick Québec and Ontario, including Northwestern Ontario (Postal Codes OM P7A-P7L, P8N, P8T, P9A, P9N, P0T-P0Y) British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario (Postal Codes OM P7A-P7L, P8N, P8T, P9A, P9N, P0T-P0Y) X0A X0B and X0C X0E, X0G and X1A Yukon 2 Effective January 11, 2016 Canada Post Counter Prices

6 Prepaid Products Priority Prepaid Envelopes QUANTITY REGIONAL NATIONAL Letter (318 x 241 x 15 mm) Pack (390 x 295 x 30 mm) Letter (318 x 241 x 15 mm) Each $26.65 $27.65 $39.25 $44.95 NOTE: Maximum weight: Letter = 500 g; Pack = 1 kg Pack (390 x 295 x 30 mm) Xpresspost Prepaid Envelopes QUANTITY REGIONAL NATIONAL Standard (260 x 159 x 15 mm) Letter (318 x 241 x 15 mm) Pack (390 x 295 x 30 mm) Standard (260 x 159 x 15 mm) Letter (318 x 241 x 15 mm) Each $11.75 $13.20 $16.55 $18.60 $19.25 $29.40 Value Pack (where available) $42.30 $47.50 N/A $66.95 $69.30 N/A NOTE: Maximum weight: Standard = 500 g; Letter = 500 g; Pack = 1 kg Pack (390 x 295 x 30 mm) Xpresspost Prepaid Bubble Envelopes QUANTITY REGIONAL NATIONAL Standard (247 x 190 mm) Pack (400 x 292 mm) Standard (247 x 190 mm) Each $12.60 $17.05 $19.15 $29.90 NOTE: Maximum weight: Standard = 500 g; Pack = 1.36 kg Pack (400 x 292 mm) Xpresspost USA Prepaid Envelopes QUANTITY CATEGORY Letter (318 x 241 mm) Each $26.15 Value Pack $94.15 NOTE: Maximum weight: Letter = 500 g Xpresspost International Prepaid Envelopes QUANTITY CATEGORY Prepaid Envelope (380 x 240 mm) Each $66.30 NOTE: Maximum weight: 500 g Canada Post Counter Prices Effective January 11,

7 Canada Parcel Services Delivery Standards at a Glance DELIVERY AREA PRIORITY XPRESSPOST REGULAR PARCEL Major Urban Centres Local next day next day up to 2 days Regional next day* next day* 3 days and up to 5 days National next day* 2 days 4 days and up to 9 days Non-Major Urban Centres Local next day next day 2 days Regional next day and up to 2 days* 2 days* up to 6 days National next day and up to 3 days* 3 days* up to 12 days Northern Regions and Remote Centres* Local 5 days* 5 days* 8 days* Regional 5 days and up to 7 days* 5 days and up to 7 days* 6 days and up to 13 days* National 5 days and up to 8 days* 5 days and up to 8 days* 7 days and up to 13 days* * Business days. Some exceptions apply. Maximum parcel size Length: 2 m, Length + Girth: 3 m Minimum parcel size 100 mm x 70 mm x 1 mm 4 Effective January 11, 2016 Canada Post Counter Prices

8 Canada Features, Options and Surcharge Prices CATEGORY PRIORITY XPRESSPOST REGULAR PARCEL On-Time Delivery Guarantee Included Included N/A Tracking & Delivery Confirmation Included Signature No charge option $1.50 Signature (Hard copy)* $7.25 (option must be selected at the time of mailing) Liability Coverage** Up to $100 included $2.25 per $100 (up to $5,000) Additional Liability Coverage** $2.25 per $100 (up to $5,000) Collect on Delivery (COD)** $7.25 (up to $5,000) option not available at non-automated post offices. Return to Sender In the event that delivery cannot be completed, the parcel will be returned to the originating address on the shipping label. If the item remains unaltered, the Return to Sender shipping fees will be equal to the price paid for the original shipment, less features and options. All associated parcel return shipping fees are the responsibility of the customer. All guarantees are voided on Return to Sender items. Oversize Item*** $10.00 Unpackaged Item*** $10.00 Mailing Tube Surcharge $1.50 * A signature image can be viewed, if available, at no charge by tracking your item at canadapost.ca/track. ** Some conditions and exceptions apply. Option not available at non-automated post offices. *** The Unpackaged Item and Oversize Item Surcharges will not be combined. Customers mailing unpackaged items that are also Oversize will only be charged a single fee of $ To Calculate the Price Use the Rate Code Look-up Table (available at canadapost.ca/prices) to find the applicable rate code for your package s origin and destination. Refer to your price sheets to determine the shipping price according to the apppropriate rate code, weight and service. Canada Post Counter Prices Effective January 11,

9 Priority Prices PRIORITY Fast Tracked On-Time Delivery Guarantee Signature R R R R SPEED**: MAJOR CENTRES Local Next day Regional and National Next day (some exceptions may apply) For more information about delivery standards within Canada, visit canadapost.ca/ deliverystandards. FEATURES AND OPTIONS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE On-Time Delivery Guarantee Tracking and Delivery Confirmation Delivery Updates Signature Liability Coverage (up to $100) On-Demand Pickup Third-Party On-Demand Pickup Card (Hold) for Pickup, Leave At Door (Do Not Card), Do Not Safe Drop*** ** For more information about Volumetric Equivalent refer to canadapost.ca/postalguide. *** Delivery standards are in business days for items sent between most major urban centres and are dependent upon origin and destination. All Canada Post services (including without limitation, delivery guarantees) are subject to terms and conditions. All terms and conditions can be found at canadapost.ca/ generalterms. *** Available for shipments prepared with Canada Post s Electronic Shipping Tools or Ship-in-a-click. WEIGHT in (kg) in (lb) RATE or VE* or VE* FOR VOLUMETRIC EQUIVALENT (VE)* OVER 30 ADD PER Effective January 11, 2016 Canada Post Counter Prices

10 Priority Prices WEIGHT in (kg) in (lb) or VE* or VE* RATE FOR VOLUMETRIC EQUIVALENT (VE)* OVER 30 ADD PER OTHER SERVICES AND CHARGES Additional Liability Coverage (up to $5,000)** $2.25 per additional $100 Signature Hard Copy $7.25 COD up to $5,000 $7.25*** Proof of Age $2.00** Mailing Tube Surcharge $1.50 Oversize Item (if length, width or height exceeds one metre) $10.00 Unpackaged item $10.00 Return To Sender Canada Post will attempt to deliver all parcels. In the event that delivery cannot be completed, the parcel will be returned to the originating address on the shipping label. All associated parcel return shipping fees are the responsibility of the customer. All guarantees are voided on Return to Sender items. Canada Post reserves the right to apply a fuel surcharge to all items. Current details on the fuel surcharge are available at canadapost.ca/ fuelsurcharge. * For more information about Volumetric Equivalent refer to canadapost.ca/ postalguide. ** Certain items are excluded. *** $1,000 cash limit. Canada Post Counter Prices Effective July 4,

11 Xpresspost Prices XPRESSPOST Fast Tracked On-Time Delivery Guarantee SPEED**: MAJOR CENTRES Local Next day Regional Next day (some exceptions may apply) National 2 days R R R Signature $ Cost-Effective For more information about delivery standards within Canada, visit canadapost.ca/ deliverystandards. FEATURES AND OPTIONS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE On-Time Delivery Guarantee Tracking and Delivery Confirmation Delivery Updates Liability Coverage (up to $100) Card (Hold) for Pickup, Leave At Door (Do Not Card), Do Not Safe Drop, Deliver to Post Office*** * For more information about Volumetric Equivalent refer to canadapost.ca/ postalguide. R ** Delivery standards are in business days for items sent between most major urban centres and are dependent upon origin and destination. All Canada Post services (including without limitation, delivery guarantees) are subject to terms and conditions. All terms and conditions can be found at canadapost. ca/generalterms. *** Available for shipments prepared with Canada Post s Electronic Shipping Tools or Ship-in-a-click. WEIGHT in (kg) in (lb) or VE* or VE* RATE FOR VOLUMETRIC EQUIVALENT (VE)* OVER 30 ADD PER Effective July 4, 2016 Canada Post Counter Prices

12 Xpresspost Prices WEIGHT in (kg) in (lb) or VE* or VE* RATE FOR VOLUMETRIC EQUIVALENT (VE)* OVER 30 ADD PER OTHER SERVICES AND CHARGES Additional Liability Coverage (up to $5,000)** $2.25 per additional $100 Signature $1.50 Signature Hard Copy $7.25 COD up to $5,000 $7.25*** Proof of Age $2.00**** Mailing Tube Surcharge $1.50 Oversize Item (if length, width or height exceeds one metre) $10.00 Unpackaged item $10.00 On-Demand Pickup and Third-Party On-demand Pickup (no minimum volume requirement) $3.50 per pickup. Return To Sender Canada Post will attempt to deliver all parcels. In the event that delivery cannot be completed, the parcel will be returned to the originating address on the shipping label. All associated parcel return shipping fees are the responsibility of the customer. All guarantees are voided on Return to Sender items. Canada Post reserves the right to apply a fuel surcharge to all items. Current details on the fuel surcharge are available at canadapost.ca/ fuelsurcharge. * For more information about Volumetric Equivalent refer to canadapost.ca/postalguide. ** Certain items are excluded. *** $1,000 cash limit. **** Available for shipments prepared with Canada Post s Electronic Shipping Tools or Ship-in-click. Canada Post Counter Prices Effective July 4,

13 Regular Parcel Prices REGULAR PARCEL Tracked R Signature $ Cost-Effective SPEED**: MAJOR CENTRES Local Up to 2 days Regional 3 up to 5 days National 4 up to 9 days For more information about delivery standards within Canada, visit canadapost.ca/ deliverystandards. FEATURES AND OPTIONS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE Tracking and Delivery Confirmation Delivery Updates Card (Hold) for Pickup, Leave At Door (Do Not Card), Do Not Safe Drop*** * For more information about Volumetric Equivalent refer to canadapost.ca/ postalguide. R ** Delivery standards are in business days for items sent between most major urban centres and are dependent upon origin and destination. All Canada Post services (including without limitation, delivery guarantees) are subject to terms and conditions. All terms and conditions can be found at canadapost. ca/generalterms. *** Available for shipments prepared with Canada Post s Electronic Shipping Tools or Ship-in-a-click. WEIGHT in (kg) in (lb) or VE* or VE* RATE FOR VOLUMETRIC EQUIVALENT (VE)* OVER 30 ADD PER Effective July 4, 2016 Canada Post Counter Prices

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