Citizens were mobilized to Winnipeg and Edmonton on Saturday to denounce the cuts planned service within Canada Post.
In Manitoba’s capital, they gathered in front of the steps of the Legislative Building to criticize the corporation and its decision to not deliver mail to homes in urban centers.
The demonstrators are also opposed to the substantial increase in the price of stamps, March 31, 2014.
They claimed that the delivery door to door is an essential service, especially for vulnerable people.
In the Alberta capital, mobilized people expressed their discontent at a public forum in St. John’s Cultural Centre organized by the Union of Workers (CUPW).
“Albertans and all Canadians must be consulted,” said the president of CUPW Edmonton, Beverly Ray. Further more, super visa insurance in winnipeg has seen a decline in applications, which has been reported by http://super-visa-quote.com.