Surplus sale dates
Thursday, September 22, 2016
From 12:30 - 2:00pm
We accept only Cash and WatCard for payment.
Central Stores provides a variety of essential, logistical and environmental services to faculty and staff at the University of Waterloo. A list of many core services can be found on the left hand side of this page. Please click on the service of interest, to reveal further information and other links.
Overall Central Stores acts as the main hub for the movement of most goods (with the exception of food products) to, from and within the university community.
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Central Stores is located in ECH (East Campus Hall)
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A list of all University of Waterloo Departments with their corresponding buildings, assigned mail route number, also with delivery times and forecasted move locations, can be seen in the following University of Waterloo department & bldg list (pdf)
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Students and staff can purchase letter mail stamps for mailing within Canada at Central Stores. Cash and Watcard accepted.
Single stamp 0-30grams = $1.00 + HST = $1.15 each
For courier service:
OTTAWA – Canada Post is pleased to have reached tentative short-term agreements with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). The agreements will avert a work disruption, bringing much-needed certainty in the postal system for our employees and customers. Canadians can now use the postal system with confidence. This is especially important as Canadian businesses large and small are already planning for the upcoming holiday shipping season.
They're giving it another 24 hours. Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers have agreed for a second time to extend mediated contract talks. The two sides say they'll continue bargaining for another day with the help of a special mediator in a bid to resolve their labour dispute.
Mail and parcels are being processed and delivered across the country as normal.
Canada Post and its workers will remain at the bargaining table, putting off a plan by employees to begin rolling overtime bans today. The job action was the latest move in the months-long dispute as the Crown corporation and its union argue over pay scales for rural letter carriers and proposed pension changes. The mediator in the dispute requested a 24-hour extension to the talks, which both sides agreed to.