If you are looking to mail the North Pole – you have until December 9 to get your letter in the mail.
The Dawson Creek Mirror has learned that Canada Post has once again waived postage for children looking to write to Santa before Christmas.
“Include a return address in your letter and Santa will send you a letter back,” says Jolly, Canada Post’s Supt. Elf, who adds that Canada Post receives more than one million letters each year in almost 40 languages.
Send your letters to Santa at:
North Pole, H0H0H0
“Sacks of letters are arriving at the North Pole - and our postal elves are busy helping Santa with his mail," adds Jolly.