The U.S. Post Office today announced it had begun Canada-bound mail after the country’s parliament passed a law ordering workers to return to their jobs. Canada Post had locked out workers
on June 15, after two weeks of rolling strikes.
Post offices will reopen tomorrow. Canada Post said in a statement: “With unprocessed mail in the system and accumulated mail received from other countries that has not yet entered our system, it will take some time to stabilize our operations and to return to our normal delivery standards. Any mail in the system at the time of the work disruption has been secured for processing and delivery.”
The U.S. Postal Service also warned of short-term delays.