ADLC relies on Canada Post to ship materials to students, and some students use Canada Post to send their completed assignments to ADLC. A Canada Post strike will impact the back and forth flow of assignments and course materials, so we have made contingency plans.  

The following practices are to be followed only in the event of a strike or lockout.

How students and schools will submit assignments and return learning materials:

  • We recommend that facilitators teach students how to submit their assignments in Moodle.  
  • Students without computer access can drop off assignments at our Barrhead office or use a courier service.
  • Learning materials may be hand delivered to our Barrhead office or shipped via courier.
  • ADLC is not responsible for any courier or other costs relating to the submission of assignments and the return of learning materials. However, ADLC is responsible for the costs of returning marked assignments and the shipping out of learning materials.

How students and schools will submit assignments and return learning materials:

  • We do not anticipate any disruption to electronic submission and return of assignments.
  • We will courier print-based marked assignments and learning materials to affiliated schools on a weekly basis.

Refunds for returning materials
You will need to notify us if you would like to pick-up your refund cheque, otherwise it will be held until the strike is over. Please email or call 1-866-774-5333, ext 5308.

If you have any questions, contact our Learning Network Support team at  or call 1-866-774-5333.


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Reminder: ADLC will be closed on Monday, February 18, 2019 for the Family Day Holiday and resuming normal operations on Tuesday, February 19th. Dismiss