Business Insider Staff writer Matthew Hensley wrote an article in October on the professional letters of Canada Post Canada and Rbc.com Canada’s two major banks have announced that they’re changing their professional letter styles, changing the letterhead format to match their corporate logos and changing the typography of the letters to better match the new letters they use on their mailboxes.
Business Insider has more on the changes:If you’re a Canada Post customer, your letters are going to look very different from those of your competitors.
For instance, the lettering on your mailpiece will change from a simple black and white letter to a black and grey letter.
The letters also will now look more like those on your credit card, debit card, and insurance card.
The new letters also are expected to have the same font and size.
You can also expect to see more legibility differences between the letter that appears on the front of the letter and that that appears at the back.
There will also be a new space where a space once existed between the words and punctuation.
The space has been removed, but it will still appear at the bottom of the message, which is where it should be.
If you have a bank account or an online account, you may also see changes to the design of the bank logo on your letterhead.
The bank’s brand name will now appear in the lower right hand corner, instead of in the top left corner.
If you have any other bank accounts, they will also have their bank logo in the bottom right hand part of the address line.
The banks have also announced that Canada Post will be adding a logo to each envelope, which will include the word “Post,” as well as the number 9 and the letter “C.”
The new logo will appear on letters that will go out the front door.
The changes are expected in the second half of 2018.