Category Canada Post

Canada Post Review Submission

Here is my (very brief) submission to the first phase of the Canada Post Review Task Force consultation (which closes today) . . . July 31, 2016 To the Members of the Canada Post Review Task Force: Since the new government has a strong mandate to restore home mail delivery and expand public services, this […]

CUPW releases research study on loss of home mail delivery

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers  has released a comprehensive paper that  discusses the economic, social and political implications of Canada Post Corporation’s (CPC’s) decision to replace residential mail delivery with community mailboxes (CMBs.) The study examined CPCs recent economic performance and the economic rationale it provided to justify the change in delivery mode. It […]

Beyond the Money: Understanding the UWO salary scandal, Bill C-51 and Canada Post austerity as the attack on the public sphere

This is a guest posting, written by Nikola Mitrovic….. Beyond the money: Understanding the UWO salary scandal, Bill-C-51 and Canada Post austerity as the attack on the public sphere The 2015 salary scandal at the University of Western Ontario (UWO) gained media attention for various reasons but what should be emphasized most is the greater […]

Listing of Proposed CMB sites for London Ontario

Initial Listing of Proposed “Community Mail Box” sites for London Ontario:  PDF:  N5V  N5W   N5X  N5Y  N6G  N6H  Excel:  N5V  N5W  N5X  N5Y  N6G  N6H You are encouraged to look-up the sites for your area and discuss the locations with your neighbours, with your local neighbourhood association, and with your elected officials. For more information […]

Submission to London City Council on Home Mail Delivery

London City Council’s Civic Works Committee will receive a staff report on Canada Post’s proposal to eliminate home mail delivery on Feb 3rd. I’ve requested delegation status and have submitted the following: ——— To: Civic Works Committee Chairperson H. Usher, Vice Chairperson J. Helmer, members M. van Holst, V. Ridley, T. Park and Secretary J. […]