Learn sign English, and you can sign in with a Canadian Post business in Ontario, Manitoba or British Columbia.
“When you sign in, you will see the sign language sign up option,” said Kevin Stannard, manager of communications and public relations at Canada Post.
“It will take about 30 seconds to register your name and password.”
Canada Post will also provide a copy of your certificate of identity and a letter of verification.
Signing in with your Canada Post account opens a new account page that will let you use your Canadian Post account for purchases, transfers, and more.
Sign in at Canada.
Post.ca to start the process.
If you are an individual who is blind or deaf, you can also sign in using the same sign language that you use to sign into the Canada Post website.
“Canada Post has a long history of supporting sign language as a means of communicating with customers and their customers’ family members,” Stannards said.
“For many of our customers, we provide a number of services to help people sign in.”
You can sign up for a free trial account, which will provide you with a number to use on Canada Post websites and apps.
You can also find out how to access your account with a Canada Mail subscription.
Canada Post offers a free, online account to sign up, which is designed for individuals with limited or no access to sign language.
For people with a hearing impairment, the free account will let them sign up and access a Canadian Mail website.
A free trial version of Canada Mail also lets you see how to use the website and apps, and download and use apps for free.