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peanut wrote:We got this notice recently from Canada Post
http://www.canadapost.ca/cpo/mc/aboutus ... n/news.jsf
"Instead of maintaining separate workforces on foot to deliver mail and in vehicles to deliver parcels, we are equipping our delivery agents with vehicles to deliver all products in a geographical area."
This may sound basic, but having the ability to deliver all of your mail, including parcels, to you and your customers all at once is a major change. It allows us to be more efficient. We’re changing so we can keep providing all Canadians with the reliable and affordable service you expect."
however what we have experienced is the opposite, no attempt is made at our door to deliver the parcel and instead the pick up notice is placed in our mailbox in the mailroom. My thoughts are the carrier with this new responsibility doesn't like there new extended work hours, it's to much work to ask of them and maybe there trucks aren't big enough to hold all this new added cargo. Maybe people who still get door-to-door service have seen an improvement but those with mailboxes out on the street haven't.
Uh The US Post Office has no problem deliver mail and parcels. Maybe Canada Post should take a look down the border to see how to do it
Subterfuge wrote:sure i get up early for delivery, what a waste of time.
07:57 KITCHENER Item out for delivery
07:57 KITCHENER Attempted delivery. Notice card left indicating where item can be picked up.
turns out the "item out for delivery" was the notice card, they didnt bother delivering the package at all and simply left the card to pick up the package tomorrow after 2pm, what a joke. i dont care if its the holiday season, i want the package i payed to ship to my door actually shipped to my bloody door.
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