With 'Write Here Write Now' Campaign, Canadians Lose An Excuse To Write To Grandma To help people connect with those they've lost touch with during the pandemic, Canada Post, the primary postal operator in the country, has sent every household a postage-paid postcard for free.
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With 'Write Here Write Now' Campaign, Canadians Lose An Excuse To Write To Grandma

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With 'Write Here Write Now' Campaign, Canadians Lose An Excuse To Write To Grandma

With 'Write Here Write Now' Campaign, Canadians Lose An Excuse To Write To Grandma

With 'Write Here Write Now' Campaign, Canadians Lose An Excuse To Write To Grandma

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To help people connect with those they've lost touch with during the pandemic, Canada Post, the primary postal operator in the country, has sent every household a postage-paid postcard for free.