Canada Post delivery delays are not going over well with Canadians
Canada Post delivery delays are kind of inevitable these days, considering that the company says it's currently seeing "Christmas season" levels of demand.
The postal company has even issued a "yellow alert" for all of Canada, while international destinations have been marked with a "red alert," meaning that Canada Post isn't accepting mail and parcels for specific destinations.
And while postal workers' safety should always come first, Canadians really want their packages — and some aren't happy about having to wait.
Me thinking about my 5 packages Canada Post is holding hostage: pic.twitter.com/Yh26rjcO3f— The Stona Lisa (@_TrinaStone) April 30, 2020
Some Canadians are even considering taking drastic measures to get to their packages, like becoming a Canada Post employee.
Nah I’m about to apply to UPS and Canada Post so I can go draw for my packages myself.— kev (@kevetia_) May 6, 2020
While others are perplexed by Canada Post's expected delivery dates.
I aspire to live my life with the level of optimism Canada Post has for expected delivery dates in these trying times.— Bethany Lindsay (@bethanylindsay) May 6, 2020
To give you an idea of how busy things are, Canada Post delivered more than 1.8 million parcels on a single day in April.
Canada Post: Your package is out for delivery!— Lauren O’Keefe (@laurenkazuto) May 6, 2020
So chances are that your package might take some time.
It appears Canada Post has broken the time-space continuum. pic.twitter.com/hodJhWX0nA— August Murphy-King (@august_mk) May 7, 2020
Still, Canada Post is trying their best — and considering the unprecedented levels of demand that the crown corporation is seeing, the fact that some packages are arriving on time at all is truly impressive.
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