Chiefs Want To Intercept Mail

Parliament must change federal law to permit police, postal inspectors or First Nations constables to open letters in transit, says one of the nation’s largest Indigenous groups. Letter mail is a leading source of narcotics, says the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs: “Postal shipments have become the most common method of distribution for illegal substances.”

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