Several of Santa’s Secret Spies in Canada have reported seeing sleighs in the skies this morning. The Tracking Department confirms that several sleighs that are working as part of Operation Wrap-It-Up are over that territory at this hour and are, in fact, on their way to a facility Santa operates in Quebec.
“We can’t tell you exactly where it is,” Elf Agent X explained. “It is a large building that is used as a training facility for Santa’s elves who take classes in engineering, mechanics and recreational implement design. Santa has had the building converted into a high-speed wrapping production line and many of the sleighs outbound from the North Pole are being sent there this morning.”
For those of you who can’t understand what Elf Agent X said it boils down to this: there is an elf school in Quebec that Santa has turned into a place where toys can be wrapped.
Now, how all those presents can get wrapped and back to Santa’s sleigh later tonight is a question I’m trying to find an answer for. We will keep you posted.
— Elf Ernest
Direct from Santa’s Newsroom at the North Pole
Estimated Time to Launch: 18 hours
Current North Pole Weather: 12 Degrees, Heavy Snow, High Winds
Command Center Status: All systems are go, all lights are green
Santa’s Status: Taking a bath and getting ready to leave the North Pole
Reindeer Status: Eating breakfast
Santa’s Workshop Status: 86% complete, still working
Santa’s Sleigh Status: 80% ready, sleigh bells being tuned
Wrapping Department Status: 65% complete, emergency contingency plans deployed
North Pole Christmas Party Readiness: 50% complete; the Balloon Committee is blowing up balloons (red, green and white)
North Pole Medical Center Report: No new cases of sickness reported
North Pole Post Office Status: 79% complete, full staff working — lots of new mail has come in this morning
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