The case of the missing Observers

  • Feb. 27, 2014 3:00 p.m.

We at the Observer are scratching our heads this Thursday afternoon, trying to figure out where three boxes of today’s paper are. We believe they were dropped off at the Queen Charlotte post office at about 8:00 am as usual, but the post office never received them. The delivery person did take City Centre’s box to City Centre, so it is not likely she missed the post office. We have yet been able to talk to her to find out if she knows anything. Possibly they are in the back of her car, forgotten? Possibly, some brain-dead vandal took them and dumped them? The missing papers are for subscribers in Charlotte, and subscribers and stores in Sandspit, as well as off-island subscribers. If you would like a pdf copy, please email us at observer@haidagwaii.ca and we’ll get you one right away. In the meantime, the investigation continues.

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