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Canada Post Opens Voting for 4th Annual Tales of Triumph Contest Celebrating Small Businesses


In an exciting opportunity to celebrate and uplift small businesses across the country, Canadians now have the chance to cast their votes in Canada Post’s highly anticipated fourth annual Tales of Triumph contest.

The contest’s Canada’s Choice category boasts an impressive lineup of 15 finalists, with the coveted grand prize of a remarkable $100,000 prize package awaiting the business that garners the most votes.

Voting is currently open and will continue until June 30, with participants able to cast their votes via Canada Post’s social media channels on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Initiated in 2020 as a means to bolster support for small enterprises, the Tales of Triumph contest graciously welcomes Canadian companies with annual gross sales that do not exceed $5 million.

This contest allows small businesses to showcase their narratives of creativity and tenacity, all for the opportunity to win an array of enticing prizes, including Canada Post Parcel credits, Smartmail Marketing services, as well as paid advertising in both local and national markets, offering invaluable exposure.

Throughout the contest, five outstanding winners will emerge victorious. First, an external panel of judges will select five finalists per category, setting the stage for the next phase.

Among the 15 overall finalists, it is the Canadian public who will ultimately decide the recipient of the prestigious Canada’s Choice award, while the dedicated employees of Canada Post will have their say in determining the Employee’s Choice champion.

In the final stage, the panel of judges will deliberate to crown one victor from the remaining finalists in each category, thus completing the journey of the Tales of Triumph contest.

Canada Post Tales of Triumph Finalists

  • Doing Good: Acknowledging the remarkable endeavors of businesses that understand the profound impact of corporate social responsibility, this select group of enterprises stands out for their unwavering commitment to making a positive difference and contributing to a brighter future for Canada.
    • joni is a disposable menstrual care brand that seeks a more equitable and sustainable future. (Vancouver)
    • Between the Bumpers helps people live healthy, happy lives through fitness, physiotherapy and education. (Stittsville, Ont.)
    • Myni offers concentrated cleaning products that are healthy for you and the environment. (Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Que.)
    • Friendly Composting provides organic waste collection, compost soil distribution and education for residents and businesses. (Kamloops, B.C.)
    • Newbornlander is a social enterprise that creates unique, ethical and safe products for babies. (John’s, N.L.)
  • Customer Connection: These are small businesses that excel in cultivating valued and lasting customer relationships, accomplished through strategic marketing efforts, a physical or online store, attention to packaging, and delivering exceptional overall experiences.
    • BRACAShirts are high-quality and fashionable shirts and hospital gowns that help surgical patients manage their post-surgical drains. (St. Thomas, Ont.)
    • Kapenzo Hair specializes in personalized hairpiece solutions for individuals experiencing hair loss – specifically for Alopecia and cancer patients. (Vaughan, Ont.)
    • Mahikan Designs offers Indigenous beadwork earrings. (Birch Hills, Sask.)
    • Algi produces delicious and purpose-driven food products centered around real ingredients.(Canmore, Alta.)
    • Zuri & Dre sells plush dolls, stationery, home décor and accessories. (Montréal)
  • Rising Stars: Recognizing the growth of businesses that have emerged within the past two years and are poised for remarkable success. Spanning both online and brick-and-mortar, these visionary businesses have carved out their distinctive niches within their industry.
    • Bold Helmets created the first safety-certified multi-sport helmet for Sikh kids who keep their hair in a top knot. (Brampton, Ont.)
    • Aaniin Retail Inc. is a streetwear brand built to follow Indigenous principles of community and mutual benefit. (Toronto)
    • Ciselier Company is the first-ever company founded to foster and promote appreciation for high-quality scissors and the heritage art of scissor-making. (Toronto)
    • Cape de Coeur is a luxury outwear brand that focuses on high fashion water, snow and windproof capes. (Vancouver)
    • Marlow is a menstrual wellness brand that created the first-ever lubricated tampon. (Toronto)

As an integral aspect of Canada Post’s dedication to fostering a prosperous Canada, the organization embraces its role in empowering businesses to thrive.

Through substantial investments in its network infrastructure and the continual development of innovative products and services, Canada Post remains steadfast in its commitment to supporting enterprises of every scale.

The Tales of Triumph contest stands as an example of Canada Post’s unwavering encouragement and promotion of small businesses throughout the nation.

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