Fri 10 Jun, 2011 03:33 pm
Yesterday I sent a letter through regular mail from Ottawa to Hong Kong, but then found out Canada Post had gone on a strike..... (i know.. consequences of not paying attention to the news....) So I'm wondering does it mean my letter isn't going to be delivered to HK until the strike is over?
sigh*.......i really want to kill myself now ....
the strikes are rotating, mail is still being delivered, it might be slower but it will get delivered
Yep, I'm still getting mail.
ookay, i see. thank you very much
okay, so now canada post has stopped accepting new mail, but are they going to clear mail that were accepted before that? i sent my letter last friday to Hong Kong. do you think it will still get delivered or it's pretty much stuck somewhere in the system? should i send another one by fedex? it's a university application.. quite important...
Who knows? Better be safe than sorry if it's that important.
ahhh.... this sucks!!!!! AHHH I REALLY HATE THIS!!! WHY DO PEOPLE HERE LIKE TO GO ON STRIKES SO MUCH!!?? AHHHH IM SO MAD!!!!
Did you keep a copy of what you sent? If so, you could send it via Fed Ex or UPS as a workaround for the Canadian postal system and be assured your application reaches the destination.
Worst that can happen is they'll get two copies. You can always slip a note in the second one explaining why you sent the second one.
He could also fax it or scan and email it. Many options.
yea, that's what i'm planning to do.. thanks