When a package arrives at Tony Gioventu’s Metro Vancouver condo, the building’s front desk alerts residents that they have a delivery. He estimates they receive more than 200 parcels a day.
“By 10 a.m., the lobbies are cluttered with packages from all the delivery companies, and it goes on all day,” said Mr. Gioventu, executive director of the Condominium Home Owners' Association of B.C.
“We’re a very large building, so we can afford to have full-time coverage on our front desk, but we still see a lot of packages dumped on the street level.”
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