Children around the Lakeland will still be able to write to Santa this year. Despite postal strikes, elves will still be delivering letters to the big guy. Canada Post says it has brought in a few extra volunteers to make sure every child has a happy Christmas.
“We will continue to operate and continue to process Santa’s letters. We’ve also had volunteers at parades gathering the letters. Parents should continue sending Santa letters from their children as they have for 30 years. Helping Santa with his letters is a long-standing tradition at Canada Post.”
St. Nick loves to read about children’s favourite sports, jokes, school activities and family fun. He also loves getting pictures and drawings from his pen pals.
Letters should be addressed to Santa Claus at the North Pole, H0H 0H0, Canada. Don’t forget to put a full return address so that he can write back.
Because it’s a long way to the North Pole, all letters will need to be in the mail by December 10th to guarantee a response.
Written by Emma Mason, MyGrandePrairie.com