Canada Post Disruptions

Posted on 17 July 2016 Back to News

Should Canada Post lock out their workers, or should there be a strike by the workers, we will do everything possible to assist with the dissemination and collection of mail to minimize postal disruption.

If you are expecting documentation from us, please contact your lawyer and/or assistant to see if the documentation can be picked up, sent electronically or couriered.

During this disruption, we encourage the continuation of account payment and have the following options available:

  • drop off payment in any of our offices,
  • drop by or call in to make a payment on our debit/credit machines, or
  • e-transfer a payment – can be coordinated through your lawyer and/or assistant.

Please note that if you are transferring funds into our trust account, this must be done through a branch of the TD Bank only, with the appropriate directions and cannot be accepted through e-transfer.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of further assistance.

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