Some customers not yet receiving normal mail service again in Chemainus

Vandalism to numerous group boxes several weeks ago taking time to replace

Some customers in Chemainus are still without normal mail service after vandalism to group boxes in the area several weeks ago.

Temporary measures were put in place to maintain mail service to customers as a result of the vandalism.

“I’ve confirmed with our local Operations team that most sites are back in service, but there are a few sites that are still out of service,” noted Canada Post media relations representative Darcia Kmet.

“Affected customers will continue to receive temporary delivery at the Chemainus Post Office,” she added.

Kmet indicated Canada Post appreciates customers’ patience while the corporation continues to work on resuming normal delivery.​

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