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Williams Lake 7-Eleven to end postal services

Canada Post looking for new outlet service provider
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Canada Post parcels will no longer be picked up at the 7-Eleven outlet on Proctor Street in Williams Lake as of Nov. 15. (Black Press Media Photo)

The postal outlets at 7-Eleven stores will no longer be providing parcel services.

Canada Post said they were informed by 7-Eleven that the stores will no longer be providing postal services at their stores.

The 7-Eleven on Proctor Street in Williams Lake will no longer serve as a post office and Canada Post says services will cease at this location as of Monday, Nov. 15.

Customers were reportedly notified and directed to the main Williams Lake Post Office at 48 2nd Avenue South, also in the downtown Williams Lake area.

Customers who had a post office box at the Proctor Street location can transfer their service, and receive free mail forwarding service for one year, or receive a refund.

Canada Post said the organization is currently looking for a replacement postal outlet in Williams Lake.

“We regret any inconvenience this is causing to our customers,” said Phil Legault, media relations representative for Canada Post via email.

If customers have questions regarding postal services, they can contact Canada Post’s Customer Service team (1 866-607-6301).



ruth.lloyd@wltribune.com

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The 7-Eleven store on Proctor Stree in Williams Lake will be one of the Canada Post offices impacted by a decision by 7-Eleven to discontinue postal outlet services. (Ruth Lloyd Photo - Williams Lake Tribune)


Ruth Lloyd

About the Author: Ruth Lloyd

I moved back to my hometown of Williams Lake after living away and joined the amazing team at the Williams Lake Tribune in 2021.
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