Lovebirds from all around the world are routing their wistful missives of gooey
sentiment and bulletproof devotion through two Canadian towns for
Valentine's Day.

Perfectly named for a lustful season, Love, Sask. and Saint-Valentin, Que. are excepted to process nearly twice as much mail as usual over the next few weeks as devotees of old-school courtship seek to have the sugary postmark stamped on their yearnings.

According to a release, the two post offices have already received letters from China, Japan, Switzerland and France.

Interested in joining their ranks? Canada Post has helpfully provided us with the information. If you would like to get the special postmark in time for Valentine's Day, send your addressed card with proper postage to either:


Liliane Baribeau, Postmaster

Canada Post, Saint-Valentin

790 4E Ligne St.

Saint-Valentin, QC


Connie Black-Sturby, Postmaster

Canada Post, Love

Love, SK

S0J 1P0

According to a release, a postmark will be affixed and your letter will be sent on to the object of you affection. For a destination within each province, allow six working days. Of course, you can expect to wait a little more if you are mailing from elsewhere in Canada or the world.

Hopefully it helps you achieve better results than this:

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