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Posted: Jan 25, 2018 Last Updated:

Article by Kathleen Harris, CBC News Posted: Jan 24, 2018 7:26 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 24, 2018 3:06 PM ET

Canada Post to end community mailbox conversions as part of Liberal reforms!

The Government says, “Existing conversions won't be reversed”! Lack of equality is a human rights violation so we all have community mailboxes or none of us does! According to the constitution section 92 5 the postal service has always been the federal government’s responsibility, so is the cost of repairing it!

The Government saying, “advisory panel to seek options for people with accessibility problems” is a very interesting statement considering “seeking options” cannot involve asking the people affected because of the human rights privacy issues involved.

Minister of Public Services and Procurement Carla Qualtrough says the latest vision for Canada Post will not affect those who need home delivery. [See 20 second video by clicking this link] This would indicate that due the equality requirement under human rights there can only be one answer and that is home delivery for everyone for all the services offered by Canada Post!

Canada Post denies grandparent equality service - The webmasters personally knows a disabled grandparent Canada Post refuses to deliver to

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