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Canada’s two-tier postal service

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Posted on January 27, 2018 | Revised on

Canada’s two-tier postal service

The Canadian Government makes false and misleading representations to the public:

It has taken less than 4 decades of neglect and millions of dollars of taxpayer money by the federal government for Canada Post to become irrelevant.

Who in their right mind would go to the local community mailbox or Post Office to get their mail when they can arrange it so they can simply open their email program? Moreover, the government blames email, yeah right!

While I only have personal experience here to go on but the people who have home mail delivery have no reason to seek an alternative to having to go out of their way to get the human right to equality mail service we are all entitled to.

Add in the fact the Canada Post now daily violates contract law and human equality rights, why people would even bother with Canada Post is a complete mystery to me!

The federal government according to the Constitution section 91 is mandated to provide the public with a postal service.

The fact is it will cost millions more taxpayer dollars to continue to illegally install community mail boxes in new housing projects in the decades to come than to remove the ones already out there!

With their mandate to operate legally and protect our human rights, the only option the government actually has is not the choices recently announce.

This government won an election based on changing things. What we have is the same old crap under a new name just in a different pile!

Stand up; defend your own constitutional human rights because this government like the predecessors are refusing to protect them for you from them!;; Attorney General;; Prime Minister;; Minister in Charge
Government scapegoats being blame for the problems:;;; COO,

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Article 12. No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.

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