Direct Mail

Neighborhood Mail (formerly Unaddressed Admail)

Neighborhood Mail (formerly Unaddressed Admail)

  • Delivered by Canada Post
  • A More Personalized Marketing Experience - delivery to specific addresses
  • Minimum of 500 items
  • Cost - $$$

Neighborhood Mail Pricing

In order to access Neighbourhood Mail prices, the customer must meet all applicable requirements, including size and weight specifications, and mail preparation requirements for Neighbourhood Mail service.

Measurements - Size and weight

Items delivered by Canada Post Letter Carriers have different size and weight specifications than those delivered on Non-Letter Carrier delivery routes. Each Neighbourhood Mail item must meet the applicable size and weight requirements as outlined below.


  • 1: The metric unit is the official measure. Imperial equivalents are provided for reference and convenience only.
  • 2: Measurements include all inserts and enclosures.

What is acceptable as Neighbourhood Mail?

Items must be unaddressed but may bear wording, such as “HOUSEHOLDER”, “OCCUPANT”, “RESIDENT”, “BUSINESS OWNER”, “MARKETING MANAGER”, “PURCHASING MANAGER” or “BOXHOLDER” without a destination address. In order to provide maximum flexibility and choice, the customer’s advertising piece can take on a variety of forms and content, including, but not limited to:

  • Flyers
  • Newspapers
  • Community Newspapers
  • Cards
  • Coupons
  • Co-op mailings
  • Envelopes
  • Catalogues
  • Inserts and enclosures
  • Brochures
  • Single Sheets
  • CDs and DVDs
  • Samples
  • Magazines


What is unacceptable as Neighbourhood Mail?

Items submitted as Neighbourhood Mail that do not meet the requirements specified for Neighbourhood Mail and the various mail preparation and other requirements outlined in this Agreement, may not qualify for Neighbourhood Mail service and prices. For information on unacceptable items, see Non-mailable Matter of the Canada Postal Guide at or refer to the Canada Post Corporation Act and Regulations.