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For the first time ever, a post office in Canada will be open for delivery to families from January 6 to Christmas Day, after being closed to the public for two months due to a coronavirus outbreak.
The Post Office of Canada is opening on January 6 at 5 p.m. and the next day, the next-day delivery will be available from 9 a.m to 5 p; both days are free.
“Our post office has been operating for two years now and it has taken a big hit,” said Postmaster General Pierre-Louis Dumont.
“It’s really important for Canadians to get on the same page with our public service, and to have this kind of delivery schedule.
It gives people some time to shop, to get their supplies together and to celebrate Christmas.”
The service was announced in November, but the Canadian public has not had access to delivery for more than a year.
The post office will be offering free packages to families who want to order their Christmas dinner for delivery.
The first-come, first-served order will be placed on December 12.
The delivery will take about an hour, depending on the time of year, Dumont said.
A full meal can be ordered in about an eight-hour period.
The post office is also encouraging people to come to its offices on Christmas Eve, with meals on hand.
Dumont said the post office can accommodate a range of holidays including New Year’s Eve, Christmas Day and New Year, with the main holiday to be held on January 4.
He said that if you are planning to celebrate with your family, you can even choose a gift for your child.
The Canadian Postal Service (CP) also recently began accepting pre-paid packages, and customers can now make payments online for packages to be delivered to their home addresses in Canada.CP said that in the past, customers have had to walk several blocks to reach the post offices in Toronto and Vancouver.
The announcement comes on the heels of the announcement that the first batch of pre-orders for the Christmas Eve delivery had reached more than 1,000 customers.