June 3, 2008 (39th Parliament, 2nd Session)


Roy Cullen


Hon. Roy Cullen (Etobicoke North, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, the community mailboxes that Canada Post has been installing are a bad deal for communities across Canada. These mailboxes are being placed in neighbourhoods without considering the well-being of members of these communities who do not feel safe accessing their mail while traffic moves around them. Senior citizens often do not have the ability to go to a community mailbox to pick up their mail.
The government has not been looking out for the communities where these mailboxes have been installed. Why has the government put its own convenience ahead of that of the citizens and communities of Canada?

Topic:   Oral Questions
Subtopic:   Canada Post
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