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Routes & Network

This map and table show which route grouping your shipment belongs in, based on which cargo route it will follow. Shipments traveling on routes with daily jet service are considered Trunk Routes (except from Yellowknife into the Kitikmeot Region). Shipments traveling on multiple flights or from northern hubs (Iqaluit, Yellowknife) to northern communities, but without crossing the country, are considered Regional Routes (except Yellowknife-Norman Wells). If your shipment is traveling between east and west, or between Iqaluit and Grise Fiord, it’s considered a National Route.

Edmonton Yellowknife Norman Wells Inuvik

Ottawa Iqaluit

Montréal Kuujjuaq

Yellowknife Kugluktuk, Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven, Taloyoak,  Kugaaruk – Kitikmeot Region

Yellowknife Rankin Inlet

Yellowknife Ulukhaktuk

Yellowknife Fort Simpson

Yellowknife Hay River

Iqaluit Kinngait, Sanirajak , Igloolik, Arctic Bay, Resolute Bay, Pond Inlet, Clyde River, Qikiqtarjuaq, Pangnirtung, Kimmirut,

Rankin Inlet Qikiqtaaluk Region

Iqaluit Rankin Inlet

Grise Fiord Resolute Bay

Kuujjuaq Iqaluit

Yellowknife Iqaluit

Edmonton/Ottawa Rankin Inlet

Iqaluit Grise Fiord

Any routes that include travel via one of the National Routes above.

Economy Rates by Route

The cost of shipping is based on the Economy rate, which is adjusted every three months to better reflect fluctuating market and operational costs (fuel), provide fairer rates operation-wide, and match industry standards. The Economy rates are specific to each shipping route and the following guidelines apply at all times:

• All shipments will be weighed at a minimum of one kilogram
• All country food ships at a flat rate. Please click here for more information
• The maximum chargeable weight for Envelopes is 2.1 kilograms
• The maximum chargeable weight for all other goods is 99,999 kilograms