Following the previous post on 7th October, Canada Post has confirmed that operations have returned to normal following Hurricane Fiona.
Canada Post has confirmed that Hurricane Fiona has brought devastation to the Atlantic province of Canada.
The storm has caused huge amounts of damage across the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, with power lines and telephone lines down, hundreds of homes destroyed, and at least two deaths reported. Authorities are still assessing the damage and the work needed to reopen roads and restore power and communication.
The delivery of letter post, parcel post and EMS items is affected for the following forward sortation areas and postal codes:
B2J, B2H, B4H, B2N, B0M, B0K, B0L, B0P 1T0, B0M 1E0, B0H 1X0, B0J 3B0, B0J 1A0, B0J 2A0, B0C 1G0, B0C 1H0, B1A 1A0, B1G 1A0, B1J 1B0, B1J 1B0, B1W 1A0, B1Y 1B0, B1Y 1E0, B1A 4X0, B0C 1K0, B0C 1L0, B2C 1A0, B1C 1A0, B1K 1A7, B0C 1N0, B1H 1A0, B1B 1A0, B1E 1A0, B0C 1R0, B1L 1A0, B1V 2L0, B1P 1T0, B1N 1L0, B1A 4X0, B1H 1Y0, B2A 3Y6, B1P 5Z0, E8T, C1A, C1B, C0A, C1N, C0B.
Slight delays are being experienced with the delivery of items in Canada – delivery delays could be experienced.
Canada is currently experiencing service delays across the country owing to varying weather conditions which is affecting the processing and delivery of inbound and outbound postal items.
Canada Post has advised that the state of emergency declared in the province of British Columbia due to flooding on 18th January 2022, has now cleared. All major routes have now reopened.