The Canada Post will be making Christmas magical again. Get your kids to send their letters to Santa at the North Pole, and him and his Elves will reply to each and every one (as long as they're on the nice list!). A personalized letter, typed or handwritten, will come to brighten your little ones' day. Santa can write in over 30 languages, including Braille, so everyone can experience the joy.
No postage stamp is required. But what's his address, you may be wondering?
NORTH POLE H0H 0H0
Their website outlines the 3 golden rules when sending a letter to Santa:
- Make sure to include your full return address.
- While wish lists are good (especially for the workshop elves), Santa really loves to read about your child's favourite sports, jokes, school activities or family fun (even if Mom and Dad help with the writing). And, of course, he loves to get pictures and drawings from even his youngest pen pals!
- Send your letter soon. Letters must be mailed by December 16 to receive a reply (it's a long way to the North Pole and back!).
As long as you follow the golden rules, a letter will be coming back! Visit www.canadapost.ca for more info.
Now, while you're here, let's look at some hilarious letter to Santa!
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