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.
Canada Post has confirmed a state of emergency has been declared in the province of British Columbia, owing to adverse weather conditions including flooding, rockslides and mudslides.
Road closures and damaged railway lines and bridges are affecting transportation and delivery across western Canada, and both inbound and outbound letter and parcels flows are suffering disruption.
Mail arriving in Canada is facing delays at the border due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19. We will keep you informed of any developments.
Canada have put special quarantine measures in place against coronavirus. As a result, Canada Post has a reduced workforce and are not able to deliver all service specifications, with signature on delivery suspended until further notice. Delays to mail services are to be expected.