Post Office Jacks Rates 35%, Kills Home Delivery

Canada Post faces public fury over surprise plans to increase rates 35 percent and kill home delivery for more than 5 million Canadians.
The Crown agency with a mail monopoly reported a pre-tax profit of $127 million last year.
Business, labour and seniors groups expressed anger over the scheme, disclosed 12 hours after the Commons broke for its Christmas recess: “It’s pretty dramatic.”

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