People in the affected areas will have to get mail from their local community mailbox. Canada Post says it is phasing out
A new privately owned company called You Have Mail is preparing to fill the niche of home delivery once Canada Post stops
Despite the increased costs of postage, a steady decline in the use of letter mail and continuing cuts to its workforce, Canada
Canada Post is preparing for a 50 per cent drop in the volume of mail and will have to reinvent itself over the next five
What this means in plain English is that Canadians just are not buying enough stamps to keep Canada Post afloat, and, as its only shareholder, the government of Canada has to look at its options and make some tough decisions. Luckily for them, the union bosses' arch-nemeses are in power, so they are all too happy to put the blame on the governing Conservatives.
Hundreds of postal workers and supporters rallied in downtown Ottawa Sunday afternoon, saying there has to be better ways
Canadians living in urban centres will no longer be provided door to door mail service. While many of us, from across the age spectrum, use the Internet, not all Canadians are "online." I am troubled by the government's decision to choose "cuts" rather than innovation to adapt to technological change. Like so many other cuts to government jobs and services, the Conservatives continue to emasculate the presence and role of the federal government, and in doing so, they loosen the threads that bind us together.