Thursday, November 24, 2016

Canadians open to ending door-to-door delivery, government-commissioned poll finds

Less than a year after implementation of Canada's community mailboxes was put on hold, a poll commissioned by the Liberal government indicates two-thirds of Canadians support a transition away from home delivery to these boxes in urban and suburban centres.

The poll also suggests Canadians are widely satisfied with the services they receive from Canada Post, but would be willing to accept some changes — including alternate day delivery.

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  1. I find this result hard to believe.

  2. Peter,

    Yup. Doesn't open usually mean quid pro quo? LOL.

  3. Alternate Day Delivery would be fine with me so long as it results in less junk mail.

  4. Cap: Re junk mail !! Dream on. That's what funds Canada Post !!


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