30th Anniversary 1997
Government of Ontario Transit (GO Transit) was created and funded by the Ontario government in 1967 to provide transit service for Toronto-bound suburban commuters.
On May 23, 1997, a post card celebrating the 30th anniversary of GO Transit was handed out to GO passengers.
The souvenir card was cancelled on May 23, 1997, at the Commerce Court, Toronto, postal outlet. Commerce Court is a complex of four buildings on King and Bay Streets in the financial heart of the city.
Toronto "PATH" Walkway
GO trains arrive at the Union Station railway terminal which is connected to the Toronto "PATH" underground walkway linking over 50 office buildings. The Commerce Court postal outlet was located in the PATH walkway.
- 1. Canadian Domestic Letter Rates From 1868 to the Present Day
- 2. Canada Domestic Local Letter Rates : 1851 - 1968
- 3. United States Letter Rates: 1851 to the present day
- 4. United States Air Mail Letter Rates : 1927 - 1976
- 5. Canadian Domestic Air Mail Rates : 1928 - 1954
- 6. United Kingdom and Empire/Commonwealth Letter Rates : 1859 -1971
- 7. Air Mail Letter Rates to the United Kingdom
- 8. International (Universal Postal Union) Letter Rates : 1892 to the present
- 9. Reduced International Letter Rates : Mexico, Cuba, West Indies and Central America, France, South America, and Spain
- 10. Links to Other Posts Dealing with Canadian Postal Rates
- 11. Revamped Centennials