Canada Post workers in Winnipeg headed out in the freezing temperatures this weekend to hand out petitions in an effort to save door-to-door delivery.
The organization announced in December that it will be making cuts, which will include a reduction in home mail service.
Instead, community mailboxes will be used in cities to cut down on costs.
Todd Jarema is a letter carrier and says he has received a lot of public support.
“I guess it’s the future of Canada Post that’s at stake,” said Jerema. “It’s a trusted institution. Door-to-door delivery is a large part of that and a lot of people depend on that.”