Stop service cuts at Canada Post

Instead of looking for ways to modernize operations, Canada Post and the Conservatives are taking an axe to long-treasured postal services – killing good jobs, eliminating home delivery, cutting rural post office hours and drastically increasing postage rates. 

6,000 to 8,000 workers will lose their jobs and five million households will lose home delivery over the next five years. Worse yet, no real consultation was done by Canada Post, effectively eliminating any opportunity for input from the people who will be most affected.

By cutting services, it is possible that Canada Post will drive away customers and raise the costs. Canada Post offers a public service that needs to be protected. 

I oppose the cuts to services recently announced by Canada Post

GOAL: 43,497 signatures

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  • Sign the petition: Stop service cuts at #CanadaPost via @alexboulerice #NDP #CDNpoli
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  • Where are they going to place the so called superboxes,in older neighbourhoods?

    Not on my front lawn!
  • Cutting the mail service is inhumane and, really, stupid. It sounds as if a bunch of people got together to examine possibilities, one of them said “hey, let’s just cut the whole thing out”, and everyone else said, “sure, let’s go out and eat” (probably at taxpayers’ expense.)
  • Sign the petition: Stop service cuts at #CanadaPost via @alexboulerice #NDP #CDNpoli
  • Our aging population deserves home delivery and our younger generation need good paying jobs. These cuts are lose-lose for Canadians.
  • We deserve better than this. The cuts to delivery services are wrong and you have no right to make these ill-conceived changes.
  • Sign the petition: Stop service cuts at #CanadaPost via @alexboulerice #NDP #CDNpoli
  • Do the right thing and stop cuts to Canada Post, and while you’re at it, Health Care, and the CBC. Do the right thing.
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