Postal Reforms By ‘Mid 2017’

Cabinet will complete plans to reform Canada Post as early as June, according to a Department of Finance memo. The document obtained through Access To Information cautioned that action is needed to address the post office’s $5.9 billion pension solvency deficit, the largest of any Crown corporation: ‘Payments can be greater than its ability to pay.’

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