In light of the possibility of a Canada-wide postal disruption, you may not receive statements and other documents that you would normally receive from your investment advisor or your financial institution.

To ensure you aren’t negatively impacted by the disruption, an option available to reduce inconvenience is to transfer as many of your mail out services to electronic as possible. Your investment advisor should be able to help you set it up if you need assistance.  

If you are looking for information about a public company or investment fund (mutual fund or ETF) that you hold shares in, you will also find it on www.sedar.com. You may also find information you are looking for on the company or fund manager’s website.

For more information on how your financial services will be impacted by a postal service disruption, please contact your financial services provider or your investment advisor.  

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