At least a dozen courthouses have received suspicious packages over the last several days according to a report from CBC.
From Nunavut to Newfoundland, packages bearing an Asian post mark have been arriving and causing havoc. Little else appears to be known.
On Thursday, the Nunavut Court of Justice in Iqaluit was evacuated after a suspicious package arrived. Justice officials there have said it could be linked to others across the country.
Another package was also discovered Thursday morning at a post office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, N.L. It was addressed to the provincial court in the Labrador town.
According to CBC, four packages have arrived at New Brunswick courthouses this week, previously courts in Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Nova Scotia were targeted.
On Monday, four front counter workers at the Amherst courthouse in Nova Scotia went to hospital complaining of nausea, dizziness and burning in the throat after an envelope postmarked from Hong Kong arrived. All employees were later released from hospital.
There is no clear reason known for the strange mailings, one security expert questioned whether they were being sent to create unrest.
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