Price of a domestic stamp rises to 92 cents from 90 cents
Postage rates rise on January 13, with the price for stamps purchased in a booklet, coil or pane for domestic LettermailTM items weighing 30 grams or less increasing to $0.92, up from $0.90.
The price of a single domestic stamp will increase to $1.07, up from $1.05.
While usage varies, Canada Post estimates the impact of the price increases to be well under a dollar a year for the average Canadian household and about $6 a year for the typical small business. Prices will also increase for mail to the U.S. and international destinations, and for domestic Registered MailTM.
Canadians can avoid the increases by purchasing PermanentTM stamps at the current rate before the new rates take effect, or using those previously purchased. Under the federal regulatory process, Canada Post publicly proposed the increases in the Canada Gazette Part I in June of 2019.