Canada Post prepares for ‘fundamental changes’ to service plans

The president of the rural Canada Post employees association says rural Canadians must speak up if they want to retain their service.

Canada Post has launched a public consultation in the wake of a Conference Board of Canada report last month that predicted billion dollar deficits at the crown corporation by 2020 without service reductions and cost cutting.

Leslie Schous, president of the Canadian Postmasters and Assistants’ Association representing rural postal workers, said last week rural service could be in line for cost cutting.

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