This glossary is under review and its contents may be amended from time to time without notice.A program designed to encourage mailers to accurately address their mail.NOTE: An office designated an Air Stage Office is deemed to be Air Stage for the whole year.[bureau du Service arien omnibus] Note: A represents an alphabetic character; N represents a numeric character.[client du service Correspondance-rponse daffaires Special design or inscription on an envelope to commemorate a postal or philatelic event relating to the stamp, an advertisement forming part of a postage meter impression, or a motto or slogan included in a postal cancellation.[flamme]All Regulations as defined in the Statutory Instruments Act and certain other classes of instruments and documents required to be published.
[renseignements didentification de base]A person who enters a Business Reply Mail agreement and obtains the approval of Canada Post to distribute envelopes or cards that meet the requirements for Business Reply Mail service.
[responsabilit de Postes Canada]A military post office operated by the Canadian Forces Postal Service to provide postal facilities for Canadian military units abroad, for Canadian naval ships on cruise and to personnel authorized to receive or send Canadian Forces Mail.
[bureau de poste des Forces canadiennes (BPFC)]An impression used to mark a postage stamp to prevent its reuse.
Canada Post employees do not have the authority to sign on behalf of a customer during the course of their duties or while wearing their uniforms.
Canada Post offers customers the option of using a 2D data matrix barcode on mail items to increase creativity and help improve readability.