Our 2018 Black History Month stamps celebrate trailblazers Lincoln M. Alexander and Kathleen (Kay) Livingstone: Two prominent Black Canadians devoted their lives to promoting equality and opportunity for everyone. Learn more:…/blo…/announcements/…

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#ThrowbackThursday The Canadian International AutoShow is on now, so we decided to take a look back at the first automobile we ever used in Toronto! Photo circa 1910.

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Raised in London, Ontario, Kathleen (Kay) Livingstone was one of Canada’s most prominent visionaries, activists, and humanitarians. In 1975, she launched the Congress of Black Women of Canada, a now-nationwide organization dedicated to the welfare of Black women and their families. Livingstone held important key positions in the United Nations, Heritage Ontario, the YWCA and Legal Aid. In 2011, she was named a Person of National Historic Significance by the Government of Canada.

We are honoured to issue this stamp to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth.

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In 2015, we released this Love Your Pet stamp issue, raising awareness of the need for responsible pet ownership. Happy #LoveYourPetDay!

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We love this sketch by @carliepeb of one of our delivery vehicles. Do you have any Canada Post fan art to share? Don’t forget to tag us!…

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Happy Lunar New Year! Wishing you and your family happiness, prosperity, & good health for the Year of the Dog!

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#ThrowbackThursday We last issued Year of the Dog stamps for Lunar New Year in 2006. The stamps featured dogs in arched temple gateways, as a symbol of protection.

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Canada's national flag was raised for the first time on Parliament Hill on February 15, 1965. Thirty-one years later in 1996, February 15 was declared National Flag of Canada Day. This year, our national flag is celebrating its 53rd anniversary!

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Toronto-born Lincoln Alexander was the first Black Canadian to be elected to the House of Commons (1968), appointed to the federal Cabinet (1979), and named to a viceregal position in Canada, as Lieutenant Governor or Ontario (1985). He was a leader in the fight for racial equality, and a champion for justice, education, and heritage. In recognition of his accomplishments, he was invested into the Order of Canada and the Order of Ontario. Since 2015, January 21 has been celebrated as Lincoln Alexander Day across Canada.

We are honoured to issue this stamp to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth.

“I did it. You can. You will.” – Lincoln Alexander

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Designed by Roy White and Liz Wurzinger at Subplot Design Inc., with illustration by Meimei Mao, calligraphy by Albert Ng, and photography by Raeff Miles, our #YearoftheDog international stamps feature an illustration of a golden dog on a glowing red lantern.

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For one weekend this past January, mail was once again transported via sled dogs! The 26th Annual Gold Rush Trail Sled Dog Mail Run took place on the weekend of January 26 - 28, as 14 sled dog teams from across North America descended on Quesnel, BC for this exciting event.

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Welcome to St. George, New Brunswick! Nicknamed “Granite Town,” the town of St. George was the centre of the regional granite industry from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. In fact, the historic building that houses the Post Office on Portage Street is a two-storey granite structure of Late Edwardian influence constructed in 1935-36 with local granite. Thanks for the amazing photo @506_photography!

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