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Amazon Cash allows adding cash to Amazon balance through 6,000 Canada Post locations announced the launch of Amazon Cash, a new service that lets customers add cash to their Amazon Balance at more than 6,000 physical Canada Post locations around the country, with more partners being added regularly.

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PayPal and Canada Post announce integrated payment and shipping solution

Great news for small businesses in Canada, PayPal Canada and Canada Post announced a new integrated payment and shipping solution for solopreneurs, small businesses and casual sellers. This integration aims to make e-commerce more easily accessible for entrepreneurs and small businesses including 83 per cent of Canadian small and mid-sizes businesses that currently do not sell online.

Before the launch of this solution, sellers would receive orders, often write the labels manually and then visit a Canada Post retail outlet to ship the parcels. With this new integrated payment and shipping solution, online sellers can track their orders, print shipping labels and pay for shipping seamlessly using their PayPal account. This new functionality automatically sends tracking information and delivery confirmation alerts to both the seller and the customer once a shipping label is created.


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Mastercard and Canada Post launches Cash Passport

Globetrotters have a new way to travel with less worry about how much cash they have in their pockets. Mastercard and Canada Post recently launched Cash Passport, a simplified and secured way to help pay for purchases abroad. This latest tap card offers more control of travel budget by locking in foreign currency exchange rates in advance so travellers don't have to worry about currency fluctuations.

In addition, the pre-loaded Cash Passport card can hold up to seven currencies at one time giving travellers the flexibility to travel through various countries without having to think about exchange rates throughout the trip. The card will also automatically select the next available currency if you have insufficient funds of the currency you need. The card also holds fixed ATM fees and no transaction fees on international purchases.

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Postal gone: Canada Post to phase out home mail delivery in 5 years

Canada Post plans to end home delivery service in 5 years at the expense of 8,000 postal jobs. Forced to streamline its operations and cut costs, mail in Canada will still be delivered to community, grouped, lobby, and rural mailboxes. 

Canada Post will  open more franchised retail outlets while driving up the price of stamps starting in 2014. Hoping that the changes can result in a profit of between $700 million to $900 million.

Canadians will begin to feel the sting of this transition starting in the middle of 2014 in order to help make Canada Post financially stable by 2019. Personally, I'm hoping that Amazon's delivery drones will be fully operational by then.

Source: The Verge