November 16, 2009 09:43 ET

Santa's Post Office Is Open!

Write to him and he'll write back!

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Nov. 16, 2009) - Santa cannot sit still any longer! The workshop is brimming with activity, and letters from children throughout Quebec are starting to arrive at the North Pole post office.

Lucky for Santa, he can count on the volunteer help of the Canada Post elves who replied to approximately 260,000 letters in Quebec last year, thereby giving Santa a huge helping hand. Across the country, they replied to more than one million letters in more than 26 languages, including French, English, Japanese, Spanish and even Esperanto and Braille.

A wonderful partnership has developed between Santa and the Canada Post elves who have been delivering his mail directly to the North Pole for more than 28 years! The elves also help him reply to his mail, so the magic of Christmas lives on in the eyes and hearts of children.

Santa Claus would like to remind all his little friends to include their return address so he can send them a reply. At his age, it's quite normal for his memory to play tricks on him sometimes. Santa's address is easy to remember:

Santa Claus
North Pole
Canada H0H 0H0

The Canada Post elves will also collect letters that children have written to Santa at the Santa Claus parades in Quebec (29 November), Saint-Georges-de-Beauce (5 December) and Deux-Montagnes (6 December).

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