Santa lives in the Northpole with his reindeers and will soon be on his way! He is checking his lists twice and reading Santa Letters from Children around the world to ensure he brings them something they would enjoy! Now it takes a while for Santa letters from Canada Post to make their way to the North Pole so it is important to make sure you meet the Canada Post Santa deadlines. Writing a letter and mailing a letter to Santa is a beloved Christmas Tradition for children around Canada, and keeps the eleves at Canada post busy ensuring every child recieves a response from Santa Claus. Writing letters to Santa is also a great way to get kids to practice their hand writing, you can also check out 5 Tips to Help Kids Write their Valentines!
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What is the Canada Post Santa Letter Address? How do you get a Santa letter from Canada Post?
Sacks of letters are arriving at the North Pole and our postal elves are busy helping Santa with his mail. The letter to Santa Canada Post address is very simple and easy to remember:
What is the Canada Post Santa Letters Deadline for 2021:
You wil recieve a letter back from Santa as long as you send your Santa letter by the deadline which in 2021 is Early December, Normally around the 10th – the date has not been released yet by Canada post.
Do I need postage to send a Letter to Santa?
No Postage is required to send a letter to Santa in Canada as the cost is covered by Canada Post.
Santa Letter Printable Template:
We have taken away the stress from parents by creating the Ultimate Christmas Printable package including Letter to Santa Templates, a Christmas Countdown template, and Door Hanger Christmas decorations.You can download our Letter to Santa template which includes a fill in the blank style for younger children and a more open ended option for older children.
What should my child say in their Santa Letter?
Santa encourages children to include the following in their letters and to take some time to reflect rather than just stating demands, as the holiday season is about more than gifts. Santa encourages children to give back to others in order to be on the Nice list, one way to give back is by Adopting a Family for Christmas.
- Their name
- Something they have done nice for others this year, or a reason they believe they are on the Nice List
- Include questions – it gives the volunteers something to respond too
- Something they would like for Christmas
What happens if my Child sends Santa letters to Canada Post from school and home?
Often children will write two letters to Santa – one from home and one from school which could create a confluct in terms of recieving a reponse from Santa. This is why the Canada Post eleves have determine that they send personal individualized letters from the North Pole to children mailing from home, but send a group response to letters that have been sent from schools.
What can I do if I miss the deadline for a Letter From Santa?
If you find yourself in an Emergency Situtation having missed the dealine and having a child waiting for a response from Santa. You can breathe easier as Canada Post has created three last minute Santa letter options that are available to parents to send to their children.