Mr. George A. Drew (Leader of the Opposition):
In view of the fact that the
Postmaster General was away when I asked an earlier question which was answered by the parliamentary assistant, and in view of a further letter I have directed to the hon. gentleman, will the Postmaster General indicate whether the government intends to introduce any amendments to the Post Office Act or to the regulations, which will end the discrimination in regard to postage which now exists in Ottawa and, I understand, in some other cities as well?
Subtopic: DIFFERENCES IN POSTAGE RATES WITHIN CITIES