Children in the Grande Prairie area have just over two weeks to get their letters to Santa in the mail. They will need to be in the mailbox by December 12th in order to make sure it makes it to the North Pole in time for the big guy to reply.
It’s estimated that Santa and his elves get around a million letters a year and can respond to them in more than 30 languages, including braille.
In the letters, he loves to hear about things like school activities, favourite sports, or jokes. If you are still not sure what to write, Canada Post has free templates on its website.
When sending your letter, make sure the front of the envelope is addressed to Santa Claus at the North Pole with the postal code H0H 0H0. Your return address should also be included in the top left-hand corner. No postage is needed for the letter to be sent.