Canada Stamps - J - Postage Due
Canada Postage Due Stamps were issued between 1906 and 1978. Postage due is the term used for mail sent with insufficient postage. While this problem existed since the creation of regular postal systems, it was greatly intensified by the advent of postage stamps, since customers were now making their own decisions about the right amount to pay. The problem was solved by France in 1859, with the issuance of official postage due stamps, affixed and paid at the time of delivery.