Author: Katrina Barrett

Why Use A Validation Service?

Canada Post is the country’s most popular mail service, delivering letter and packages to homes and businesses across the country. When you are shipping something, whether it’s a package or an envelope filled with personal or business mail, you need to make sure that the address given to you is valid, and that your package will arrive on time. Most services will allow you to either do a direct mail to address verification, or one that uses a system that compares the postal code information along with the IP address. Both are effective ways to ensure that you aren’t dealing with a fake address or mail which has been sent to a non-existent address.

While many companies offer this type of service, there are some aspects of it that can leave something to be desired. One such aspect is the actual process of matching the details. While they have systems that can quickly detect common errors, you may still have to wait a while for the results. If they can’t find that problem, then your address may be invalid. Depending on how important the item is, this waiting period can be several days to a few weeks.

Canada Post’s Automated Systems

With Canada Post’s automated systems, you can get to the point where you can confirm addresses instantly. Many of the Canada Post mail validation services will check the data with the Canadian Postal Service (CPS) to determine if the address is valid. If the address is found to be valid, the service will also notify the recipient so that they can arrange for the package to be picked up or shipped out. Depending on the Canada Post service that you use, this process could be free, or it may cost a small amount.

If you need proof of residence, you can do that online too. All you need to do is fill out a simple form on their website, and you can get your mail sent out as soon as possible. You’ll usually need to pay a small fee, but it could well be worth it in the long run.

One of the major concerns about electronic delivery is security. Most of the Canada Post address validation services will check to make certain that the information you provide is secure. They may verify the names of the owners of the addresses, and they may even request criminal records and other checks. This can all be done quickly and confidentially, without having to compromise the privacy of the recipient.

If you want to speed up the delivery of your mail, you can use a Canada Post address validation service. By using this service, you can ensure that your mail gets to the right place. If you want to make sure that you’re not wasting money by picking up mail in the wrong places, or by having too many pieces going to the same address, you can get this service to pick up your mail automatically. When it comes to mailing addresses, this can save you a lot of time, money and frustration!

Wrapping Up

Another benefit to using a is that you can protect your own identity. If you have a valid address for yourself, as well as for the business that you run, you can be assured that you’ll be able to get your mail to the right place, without having to worry about who’s actually getting the mail. This can make you more efficient, which can lead to happier customers!

There are some things to remember when using a Canada Post address validation service. Firstly, you should make sure that you’re getting a detailed report on any changes that have been made to the address. If there’s a new street name, or an additional street name printed, you’ll need to inform the Canada Post about this. Failure to do so can invalidate your mail, and can even cause fines or further action to be taken!

Technical Report – 2013

Mineral Resource Estimate – 2013

The new mineral resource estimate was prepared by Mercator Geological Services Limited (“Mercator”) of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in accordance with Canadian Securities Administrators National Instrument 43-101 (« NI 43-101 ») and is based on Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum (“CIM”) standards.

Highlights of the 2013 Mineral Resource Estimate

At a 2.0 g/t gold grade resource cut-off, the new estimate reflects:

  • Measured resources totaling 171,000 tonnes grading 5.39 g/t gold (29,600 contained gold ounces);
  • Indicated resources totaling 2,418,000 tonnes grading 5.60 g/t gold (435,300 contained gold ounces);
  • Combined, the Measured and Indicated categories total 2,589,000 tonnes grading 5.59 g/t gold (465,000 contained gold ounces);
  • Inferred resources totaling 2,543,000 tonnes grading 5.15 g/t gold (421,100 contained gold ounces);
  • A 32% increase in combined Measured and Indicated categories gold ounces and a 20% increase in Inferred category gold ounces relative to the previous resources estimate disclosed in 2009; and
  • Combined the Measured and Indicated categorie and Inferred categorie total 5,132,000 tonnes grading 5.79 g/t gold (886,000 contained gold ounces).

Technical information pertaining to the 2013 mineral resource estimate presented here above was extracted from a new release issued on February 11, 2013, which was  reviewed by Michael Cullen, P.Geo., of Mercator Geological Services Limited, who is an independent Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101

News – 2014

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