If you want to get a response from Santa Claus this year, make sure to send your letter by December 14th. Holiday Spokesperson with Canada Post Mary Cochrane says there is a group that help letters get to Santa every year and everyone is able to send one.
“It is pretty amazing. He accepts letters in thirty languages including braille. We want to make sure we are listening to every child out there. It’s a lot of letters.”
Santa collects an average of a million letters every year.
When sending yours to Saint Nick make sure the front of the envelope is addressed to Santa Claus at the North Pole with the postal code HOH OHO. Canada Post includes tips for writing on their website. Your return address should also be included in top left hand corner. No postage is needed for the letter to be sent. In the letter, Kris Kringle would like to hear about things like school activities, favourite sports, or even jokes.