If you’ve received anything weird in the mail recently you're not alone. According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), someone is sending “unsolicited seeds” in Alberta through the mail. After the CFIA warned all Canadians about deliveries like these, an Alberta woman has come forward to say that she received some and it sounds super suspicious.\nOn Wednesday, July 29 the CFIA tweeted out a picture of a package of seeds claiming that someone was sending them to people in the mail.\nEditor's Choice: It Will Officially Be Mandatory For Alberta Students To Wear Masks In School This Fall\nThe recipients of the suspicious seeds didn't know they were getting them which means these unsolicited items are a massive mystery.\nAccording to a statement provided by CFIA, they shouldn't be planted. since they're from an unknown origin and have the potential to be invasive plants or carrying plant pests.\nIf you receive an item of this nature, it's best to contact the CFIA immediately.\nBe sure to keep the seeds, the original packaging, and the mailing label until an agent contacts you with further information.\nIf you received a seed package that you did not order, please contact your regional CFIA office: https://t.co/9A0cleZUvW. Keep the packaging and do not plant seeds from an unknown origin! Learn more: https://t.co/cKHYz7Cqnn pic.twitter.com/s3dcGMkG1E— Canadian Food Inspection Agency (@InspectionCan) July 29, 2020\nAccompanied by the online statement was a photo of the seeds in question.\nThe package seems to be a small white envelope, no bigger than the pen in the photo.\nInside is a small baggie containing a large amount of brown, unidentified seeds.\nAn Alberta woman named Natalie Dempsey spoke with Global News about the mystery parcel she received.\nCalling the entire thing “very suspicious” and “very odd,” Dempsey claims it was specifically addressed to her and there was no name of anybody else on it.\nAfter contacting the government agency, she put the seeds in the freezer until they could collect them.\nThe CFIA told the Westlock resident that if something like this is received, you shouldn't throw them in the garbage or compost as they could sprout, according to Global.\nWe have received reports of people receiving seeds from China that they did not order. If you receive them - don't plant them. Report to @USDA_APHIS at https://t.co/0U53rbAiHs pic.twitter.com/Y4yAKv5bk7— WA St Dept of Agr (@WSDAgov) July 24, 2020\nA spokesperson with the inspection bureau spoke with Global as well. They said that reports of these mystery seeds have been happening in most Canadian provinces with different types being received.\nThey’re now having to investigate and collaborate with their U.S. counterparts to resolve the issue.