Postal deadlines not long from now

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Canada Post says regular parcels going to destinations within Canada must be in hand by Dec. 11 if they're to arrive by Christmas.

Regular cards and letters going outside the province have a little longer—but only a little (they must be in the post office by Dec. 16, a day later if destined for outside the province).

Mailers sending cards and letters locally have until Dec. 20 (remember mail going to and from Bright's Grove goes through London, not Sarnia.

The deadline for sending parcels to the U.S. is Dec. 13, Dec. 8 for letters.

International sending dates are even earlier (and some surface dates have already passed):

Africa—Nov. 22 (air); Oct. 12 (surface)

Asia, Australia, Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Middle East, South America—Nov. 29 (air); Oct. 18 (surface except Caribbean and Europe, Oct. 25)

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