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#90591 24-Sep-2011 19:31
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It's International Letter-Post to be specific.

I have my USPS First Class mail come in usually 8 days, but I don't have any experience with shipments from Canada.
Has anybody had anything shipped fom Canada lately?

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  #525412 24-Sep-2011 19:55

14 days but don't be suprisd if it takes 21.

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  #525455 24-Sep-2011 23:38
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jacli: It's International Letter-Post to be specific.

I have my USPS First Class mail come in usually 8 days, but I don't have any experience with shipments from Canada.
Has anybody had anything shipped fom Canada lately?


Depends on where in Canada.

Stuff exists Canada at Toronto and Vancouver. If you item comes from outside those cities it can take a week just to get to one of them...and then onward.

Canada is a huge country with a thinly dispersed population. It takes time to move stuff around - especially if the weather is bad.

Once it hits Toronto or Vancouver it's just a matter of how long it takes to get on a jet and fly here. A day for the trip. No idea who deep any backlog might be.   




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  #525463 25-Sep-2011 00:10
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Ah yes, it was quite far away.
Google maps suggest the place where it was shipped is about 1400 km away from Toronto.

However, it has been 2 weeks already. Hopefully I see it sometime next week.

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