This is how much you’ll pay for a stamp starting March 31, 2014, if you buy individually.
That’s a 59-per-cent increase over the $0.63 you’re paying now. Stamps bought in packages or coils will cost $0.85 each.
Canada Post hopes it can generate an additional $200 million this way. But the president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, has attacked the increase, saying “skyrocketing stamp prices will make the postal service inaccessible to many people.
This is a serious jump in price considering that a stamp cost $0.46 in 2000.
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