Canada Post says southern Saskatchewan has been under a “yellow service alert” since the massive snowstorm hit the prairies earlier this week.
The service alert means Canada Post employees try everything they can to deliver the mail, but in some cases are unable to do so because of the safety of the delivery person.
Canada Post spokesperson, Phil Legault said however not everyone has been without mail in Regina.
“There are some parts of the city, there are some addresses that will get mail and have been since Monday,” he said.
“Some though have not, and it hasn’t necessarily always been the same addresses because of how snow clearing has gone or how accessibility has been to certain areas,” Legault said.
Legault later added that he expects delivery to be back to normal by Friday.