Canada Post’s controversial reforms could hang on election

It’s been almost two years since Canada Post announced its controversial plan to overhaul its operations, and the outcome of Monday’s election may determine whether it will ever finish the job.

The NDP has said it will, if elected, tell Canada Post to reverse course on its plan to replace some home delivery with community mailboxes — the most contentious part of its five-point, five-year strategy — while the Tories say they stand by the changes which were announced, during their watch, in late 2013.

The Bloc Québécois and Greens also oppose the end of door-to-door and, like the NDP, have also come out against the postal service’s plan to eliminate as many as 8,000 jobs.

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