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Shop3D.ca Response to Covid-19

2019 Holiday Hours & Shipping Notice

December 13, 2019

2019 Holiday Hours & Shipping Notice

With the holidays fast approaching, we wanted to take this opportunity to advise that shipping volumes for Canada Post, and all other couriers are expected to be higher than usual.

Because of these factors, we encourage anyone that has tight time constraints to plan ahead and give yourself extra time to allow for the arrival of your orders.

We will do everything in our power to get your orders prepared and out in a timely manner but sadly, after that, the rest is out of our control.

Holiday Hours

Shop3D.ca Vancouver Holiday Schedule:

Shop3D.ca Vancouver will be closed for the Holidays:

Showroom Closed to the general Public Dec 23-Jan 5th.  Appointments can be booked in advance or on a case by case basis. Shipping will resume at regular times during this period aside from Holidays.

Back to Regular Operation Jan 6th.

Shop3D.ca Mississauga Holiday Schedule:

  • Dec 23 - Open
  • Dec 24 - Open till 2pm
  • Dec 25 - Closed
  • Dec 26 - Closed
  • Dec 27 - Open till 2pm
  • Dec 30 - Open  
  • Dec 31 - Open till 2pm
  • Jan 1 - Closed
  • Jan 2 - Open
  • Jan 3 - Open

From all of us here at Shop3D.ca, we wish you all safe and happy holidays!





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