Canada Post rotating strike to impede mail delivery of the Sylvan Lake News

Those who receive the paper via home delivery will be unaffected.

Photo by Sylvan Lake News

The Canada Post rotating strike has hit Red Deer and it will affect mail delivery of the Oct. 25 edition of the Sylvan Lake News.

Those who receive the Sylvan Lake News by mail will be getting it a day late. Home delivery will not be affected.

Readers who receive the Sylvan Lake News in the mail are welcome to pick up a copy of the paper from any of our stands around town including outside the Sylvan Lake News office at 5020 50A Street.

Our e-edition is also available online: https://www.sylvanlakenews.com/e-editions/?iid=i20181025041311851&&headline=U3lsdmFuIExha2UgTmV3cywgT2N0b2JlciAyNSwgMjAxOA==&&doc_id=181025111323-bfe9f94bbe224998bad6d62f75186483

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