Plan Now For Possible Canada Post Disruption
Do you mail or ship to Canada? Canada Post recently sent a notice to customers regarding a possible service disruption on or around July 2, 2016, as a result of a labor dispute between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
What does this mean for anyone mailing and shipping to and from Canada?
“In the event of a full labour disruption, Canada Post will not operate,” Canada Post is warning customers. “Mail and parcels will not be delivered, and no new items will be accepted. Any mail and parcels within the postal system during a work disruption will be secured and delivered as quickly as possible once operations resume.”
What can you do?
– If you have recently sent mail or packages to Canada or have any pending shipments, Stamps.com recommends monitoring the situation closely
– If your ecommerce business ships to Canada, update your policy page to notify customers about potential delays and to make clear that you won’t be able to ensure Canada-bound deliveries
– Visit the Canada Post Negotiations Updates page for more information and to sign up for email updates