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From: Competition Bureau / Bureau de la concurrence [mailto:IC.CBCompBureau-BurconcurrenceBC.IC@canada.ca]
Sent: March 10, 2018 12:45 PM
To: redacted
Cc: IC.CBCompBureau-BurconcurrenceBC.IC@canada.ca
 
Subject: Response from the Competition Bureau
 
Our File: redacted
 
Redacted
Nanaimo, British Columbia
Dear redacted:
 
Thank you for the information you provided to the Competition Bureau regarding Canada Post. We apologize for the delay in responding to your request.
 
We have reviewed your information and determined that the matter you have raised falls more directly within the mandate of another organization. As we will not be pursuing this matter further, you may wish to contact the Office of the Ombudsman at Canada Post which may be in a position to address your concerns. You may access their complaint at the following link:
 
https://www.canadapost.ca/tools/ombudsman/complaint_form.aspx
 
We invite you to visit our Web site, www.competitionbureau.gc.ca, to learn more about the work of the Bureau and to access public information on case developments and general information about our programs and activities.
 
Thank you again for taking the time to bring this matter to our attention.
 
Centre des renseignements
Bureau de la concurrence / Gouvernement du Canada
1-800-348-5358 / Télécopieur : 819-997-0324 / ATS : 1-866-694-8389
 
Information Centre
Competition Bureau / Government of Canada
1-800-348-5358 / Facsimile: 819-997-0324 / TTY: 1-866-694-8389         
 
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