It’s never too early to send holiday greetings

The earliest suggested deadline for the most economical parcel service was Oct. 12 for Africa, the Middle East and New Zealand

OTTAWA/CNW/ – A country as diverse as Canada means that holiday greetings are sent literally around the world, and Canada Post reminds everyone that it is already time to think about planning international holiday mailings. There are several mailing options to ensure delivery in foreign countries in time for the holidays and each product has its specific mailing deadline.

Holiday cards and packages can be sent through Canada Post to anywhere in the world and Canada Post has a service to suit everyone’s needs and budget. Holiday greetings can be sent via Letter-post, Surface Parcel, Air Parcel, Xpresspost(tm) and Priority(tm) Worldwide.

The earliest suggested deadline for the most economical parcel service was Oct. 12 for Africa, the Middle East and New Zealand. Parcels for Central and South America, Asia and Australia should be sent by Oct. 18; and Oct. 25 for Caribbean and European destinations. Parcels shipped to the U.S. should be sent by Dec. 8. Canada Post offers priority services for those who cannot meet these early-bird special rates.