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Canadian Initiatives in Summer Seller Release

Over the past several years, we’ve been focused on building and strengthening our domestic market. This is a multi-year journey in partnership with you, our Canadian seller community, and there is good momentum on eBay.ca: For example, in the first three months of 2017 we saw double-digit growth in domestic sales. Now, we’re taking the […]

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2017 Spring Seller Update reminder—new changes go into effect next week

In February, we announced changes we’re making to meet the demands of today’s marketplace and invest in your success. Here’s a reminder that the following pricing changes will go into effect on May 1, 2017: • Final value fees for Store subscriptions will increase in some selling categories. • The US Top Rated final value […]

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eBay Store subscribers: Your Q2 shipping supplies coupon

The Q2 2017 voucher codes for eBay-branded shipping supplies will be emailed to qualified Canadian eBay Store subscribers during the week of April 3rd. These voucher codes can be applied to purchases made from the eBay shipping supplies Store. As announced in the 2017 Spring Seller Update, the value of the eBay-branded shipping supplies coupon for […]

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Books, Music, Movies and Video Game Sellers: We’ve increased the maximum allowable shipping costs on eBay.com

For many years now, sellers of books, music, movies and video games have been subject to maximum permitted shipping costs when listing on eBay.com. Based on US shipping rates, these limits have been historically challenging for Canadian sellers, who typically face much higher shipping costs on media items. To make it easier for Canadians and […]

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Final Update: Canada Post potential work disruption

Late on Tuesday, Canada Post Corporation and the Union of Canadian Postal Workers (CUPW) reached a negotiated settlement. The tentative labour agreements, which still need to be ratified by CUPW’s membership, put to an end the threat of service disruptions and ensure that Canadian buyers and sellers no longer need to deal with the resulting […]

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Update: Potential Canada Post Work Disruption

As you may be aware, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has again amended its job action notice. If there is no negotiated settlement, the rotating elimination of overtime work is scheduled to start at midnight on Tuesday, August 30th. It is not clear if this limited job action will have any impact on normal […]

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Make your voice heard: It’s time to resolve the Canada Post uncertainty.

Today, eBay Canada is asking Canadian sellers to sign a letter to the Prime Minister of Canada to request that he take action to restore confidence in Canada’s postal service. For months, Canadian businesses like yours have had to deal with the implications of the ongoing negotiations between Canada Post Corporation and the Canadian Union […]

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