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Please note that our P.O. Box office accepts general mail. However, it does not allow private couriers, like Federal Express, Purolator, DHL, etc. If you must send your letter or parcel quickly to us and you live in Canada, you must use Priority Post or Express Post. If you live in the USA, you must use Priority Mail (United Postal Service) only. Please note that any mail sent not by the above-approved methods will not be accepted by us and will be returned to the sender. Thank you. P.O. Box 40581 Six Points Plaza P.O. 5230 Dundas Street W Toronto, ON M9B 6K8.

We receive hundreds of letters every week asking for Mike’s help, and we sincerely appreciate you taking the time to send a message. If you can provide us with an email address, we will certainly try to get back to you with some guidance and tip. However, due to the mass volume of letters we receive, it is not possible to respond to everyone. Thank you.

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