That's supply chain disruptions though, with an estimate to availability. This is very different as they give no estimated end date for this action which they haven't even publicly announced that I can find. All the while complaining about the meager operations losses in comparison to the US Postal Service's forced losses of $69 Billion since the 2006 bipartisan bill that essentially singed their death warrant.
And yet, despite the extremely adverse conditions they have been forced to operate under, they remain an extremely efficient service (that even delivers mail on Saturdays) and regularly blow Canada Post out of the water. As a current example, I ordered a replacement battery for my son's laptop. It cleared Canada Customs on May 14 and has just been sitting in Mississauga (about 33 miles from here) ever since. Scheduled for delivery today and I'm still waiting.
By the way, there are ways we can support the US Postal Service until we can get government in place that cares about our country, not their personal interests. Here's one of them