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Canada Post processing plant in St. John’s back to partial operations

Canada Post has plenty of snow to remove before mail delivery can return to normal on the Avalon. -JUANITA MERCER/THE TELEGRAM
Canada Post has plenty of snow to remove before mail delivery can return to normal on the Avalon. -JUANITA MERCER/THE TELEGRAM - Juanita Mercer

Efforts to get back to regular operations continue

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. —

The Canada Post processing plant in St. John’s began partial operations on Friday and continued over the weekend, a press release from Canada Post said.

Parcels had remained unprocessed at the plant, which the press statement describes as their key hub, since Thursday, January 16.

Their priorities are “socio-economic cheques, parcels and packets,” the statement said, which they say are being processed as quickly as possible.

An effort to clear snow from community mailboxes is also ongoing, as they try to get back to regular operations while being respectful of the “continued extensive efforts to clear the snow and restore vital services.”

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