More than 70 cities band together in effort to save Canada Post’s door-to-door delivery service

Cities across the country have launched an effort to preserve door-to-door mail delivery, even as the first cuts loom this fall.

Canada Post announced last December it would begin phasing out door-to-door delivery for the one-third of Canadian homes that still have the service, replacing it with community mailboxes. Since then, over 70 municipalities have joined together in opposing the measure, which Canada Post says would save $500-million per year.

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