Canada Post is the chief postal operator of Canada. It’s a “crown Corporation” that was established in 1867 and was originally named as P.O. Department of Canada Government. It was later christened in the 1960s as Canada Post. The Canada Post is providing services on all business days and the delivery is executed via conventional “to the doorstep” service through around fifteen thousand letter carriers who are supplemented by seven thousand vehicle fleet for the suburban and rural areas & truck parcel delivery. Currently the organization is said to have a staff base of 71,000 employees. Deepak Chopra is the CEO and President of Canada Post while Marc Courtois is the Board Chairman. Canada Post has six thousand and five hundred post offices all across Canada with a blend of the corporate offices & dealerships operated through private retailers. As regards the servicing area, Canada Post covers the largest postal servicing area in comparison to all other nations. It has it’s headquarter in Ottawa in Ontario, Canada. The products of Canada Post are Courier, Mail and Logistics and the current rate of standard letter (less than thirty grams) here is 61 cents while its 1.05 CAD per letter weighing between 30-50g.
Canada Post tracking
Canada Post has devised for a web tracking tool which allows the clients to stay updated about the present status of their item and confirm about its delivery. The tracking program is possible either through Tracking Code, Number of the “Delivery Notice Card” or the Reference Number. Using this tracking tool is very simple- one just needs to hit on the designated section either “Tracking code” or “Delivery Card Number” or “Reference Number” and place the relevant numbers on the space allotted and click on the “Track” tab. The Canada Post would come up with latest details regarding the status and location of items. The tracking tool would find out the time of order creation in Canada Post for the particular item, the time of the item’s reception by Canada Post, its delivery time and the time of the Delivery Notice Card issuance. The findings are almost same in both national and international circumstances.