Canada Post Has Announced That None Of Your Holiday Deliveries Are Going To Arrive On Time This Year And People On Twitter Are Outraged - MTL Blog

Canada Post Has Announced That None Of Your Holiday Deliveries Are Going To Arrive On Time This Year And People On Twitter Are Outraged

Now is definitely the time to go with a different delivery service.

It came completely out of the blue, just when we thought Canada Post workers were going back to work in time for the holidays and we all sighed a breath of relief, they turned things around on us and dropped this bomb of an announcement.

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TL;DR Canada Post announced yesterday that their holiday delivery guarantee would be canceled this year, sending the entire country into rage. Below is a compilation of tweets from Canadians who have expressed their opinion on the company.

Yes, it's true, the biggest delivery service in the country has basically canceled the holidays, because they aren't delivering your packages on time this year. 

The company announced that after five weeks of rotating strikes, they have three times the volume of mail and parcels they normally would during this time of year. 

If you've already mailed your holiday gifts and cards through Canada Post, you're out of luck this season. But if you were holding off, luckily the other shippers in the country are still running on time.

Needless to say, this whole fiasco has enraged quite a few Canadians who happened to take to twitter and voice their opinions:

Others seemed a bit less furious with the strike, but nonetheless their frustration was channeled into humour we can all appreciate:

I mean, Canada Post did try to warn us a few days ago that something like this might happen...

Regardless, we're all still furious that most of our holiday gifts won't be here by Christmas day, or even by New Years.

Needless to say, if you still can, you'll want to try out one of Canada's other delivery options for this year. Stay tuned for more information on Canada Post's strike delays.

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