Redirection: Publications Mail pieces that cannot be delivered as originally addressed because the addressee has moved, will be redirected to the addressee at no extra charge while there is a National Change of Address (NCOA) in effect.
Publications Mail, Features and Information
For every Publications Mail piece (including a Bundle of Unaddressed Copies) that is considered undeliverable, Canada Post will forward the address block information along with a sample cover of the host publication to the Canadian postal address provided by the Customer in the detailed identifying information of the host publication.
Canada Post Publications Mail™ – Customer Guide
A Publications Mail piece will be treated as undeliverable mail if:
- the piece does not bear a complete and valid address;
- the mail piece is addressed to a non-existent address;
- the addressee has moved without providing a forwarding address;
- the addressee has moved and the National Change of Address (NCOA) has expired
No address information will be returned for a co-packaged publication or an enclosed ride-along publication if the Publications Mail piece is undeliverable. The address block information will be returned only for the host publication.
In order to access the Publications Mail service, including prices, customers must complete a series of applications and other documentation required by Canada Post from time to time.
Proper mail preparation is important to ensure that Publications Mail items are processed and delivered efficiently.
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