And they just don't process those that have reached Canada. I remember early 2017, when they had a backlog of 67 Asian containers in Richmond, BC, and delivery WITHIN Canada was delayed by up to 150 days - now it is 600 containers [but, as it looks, most of them in Mississauga, ON]. China agreed on presently not shipping to Canada. Canada Post will focus on the domestic Christmas business and totally ignore their international backlog [which is presently 30 days]. Even the expedited 11/11 stuff will likely not arrive before well after Christmas. Early December 2016 orders took up to mid April 2017 - even without strike. While the strike is justified, the timing was chosen to p.o the general public. Well, I was on TV 1.5 years ago on that topic.