The postal dispute has been a headache for some businesses in Thunder Bay.
The owner of Dominion Motors, Tyler Dolcetti, tells us he’s had to make some some last minutes changes to the way he sent out 25,000 flyers.
He says he was forced to re-route the shipment through Toronto in order to get them to the public on time.
Meantime, the owner of J.B. Evans has noticed some delays in shipping, with a bit of added cost.
Andrew Moro tells us he’s had to switch to another carrier, with preferred rates, but adds Canada Post has always been good to him, with usually favourable prices.
He adds this is the toughest postal strike he’s endured, because every time he plans to ship something, he’s had to make adjustments.
However, the owner tells us he hasn’t had any complaints from any of his nationwide customers.