Canada Post experiences delays sorting voter registration cards
If you have yet to receive your voter registration card, no worries, it's probably still making its way through the mail system.
Canada Post reporting a processing issue has delayed the delivery of a half a million cards.
The post office blaming it on a mechanized process failure.
An anonymous source tells Toronto media, the voter registration cards were printed on different paper this year and are perforated, which caused them to stick together, forcing the post office to manually sort them.
Elections Ontario insists the cards were designed according to Canada Post specifications.
The post office has apologized for the delays.
Voters who don't receive a card can still cast a ballot as long as they have I-D with their name and current address on it.
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