We are following the situation at Canada Post closely and making every effort to ensure that services continue to be provided in the event of interruptions to mail delivery.
Use our online services to carry out your operations
In light of the uncertainty surrounding the continuity of Canada Post services, we recommend that you send us your driver’s licence, vehicle registration, and disabled parking permit payments using a method other than mail. You have other options at your disposal, including our online services, which allow you to quickly and easily carry out a number of operations from the comfort of your home. Visit our Online Services webpage for more information.
Direct deposit: a simple, fast and secure solution!
All individuals who are signed up for direct deposit will automatically receive their payments on the scheduled dates.
If you have not done so already, we invite you to sign up for direct deposit right away. Signing up is easy: fill out the Direct deposit request (PDF, 472 KB) (PDF, 472 KB) form and submit it using our Document submission online service.
Please note that, depending on the date on which you submit your request, your registration for direct deposit may not be in effect at the time of your next payment.
We invite you to visit our website regularly for up-to-date information on the labour dispute.
If you have any questions regarding the continuity of SAAQ services during the labour dispute, consult our Canada Post Labour Dispute webpage.