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[Canada Post] Letters To Santa - Due December 10

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[Canada Post] Letters To Santa - Due December 10

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The cutoff for letters to Santa is December 10

Here’s Santa’s address
Santa Claus
North Pole
H0H 0H0
Canada

Get a letter back
Include a return address in your letter and Santa will send you a letter back.

Don’t miss the deadline
Send your Santa letters no later than December 10, 2020 to guarantee a reply before the holidays.

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some grinch downvoted this !!!! Thanks OP !!!
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This is a wonderful program. These letters really make children happy.

FYI- No stamps required.
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kimwoobingsu wrote: This is a wonderful program. These letters really make children happy.

FYI- No stamps required.
See, that's what I thought but I don't see that listed on the website? ... I'll keep looking

Edit: This link says no stamp required
Last edited by DaVibe on Dec 7th, 2020 10:15 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Santa's gonna be real busy with requests like these coming in...lol

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wait what...Is Santa real????? OMG I love you OP
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helps keep the postal workers employed and off CERB!

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