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IKEA stores in Canada are once again open for curbside pickup

Those of you who are dying to update your apartment decor or buy a new, more comfortable office chair will be glad to know that IKEA Canada is once again offering its Curbside Click & Collect service.

The company announced today that they're relaunching the service across Canada, though store locations in Quebec are currently excluded. 

Instead, to reflect local regulations, IKEA locations in Quebec will launch their curbside pickup service on May 11, with no service available on Sundays. 

Anyone interested in using this option while shopping can simply order online and then pick up their purchase in a safe, contactless way at an IKEA Canada store for a flat rate of $5. 

"As the situation with COVID-19 evolves daily, our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our co-workers, customers and communities," reads a statement from the company.

"While we are now seeing certain provinces lift restrictions on retail business operations, all IKEA Canada stores remain closed to customers for the time being. We thank customers for their patience as our teams work hard to take the necessary steps and precautions to ensure a safe, warm welcome back to store for our co-workers and customers."

Unsurprisingly, demand for the service is already through the roof and IKEA Canada is advising customers to continuously check back for new available pickup slots.

"We are experiencing high demand for our new Curbside Click & Collect service and our pick-up slots are full, or are almost full at many locations," the company wrote on Twitter. "If you're unable to place your order, please try again tomorrow as new time slots open up. Thanks for your understanding!"

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