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CPC (QC)
In 2013, when Canada Post implemented the community mailboxes measure in a number of municipalities, did you see or notice any changes in your company's sales? Did you notice a direct impact on your company?
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CPC (QC)
That's a good answer. Thank you.
For your citizens, what does home delivery look like? Is it a door-to-door, an end of the driveway or a community mailbox service?
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CPC (QC)
Did Canada Post representatives consult you or the mayor of Edmonton before installing community mailboxes, if that's the case?
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CPC (QC)
The mayor of Montreal is flamboyant and very proactive. He is proposing a reform of the Canada Post Corporation Act that would make it mandatory for Canada Post to consult the cities. Do you think it's a good idea? Are you in favour of the idea as a city councillor of Edmonton?
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CPC (QC)
Thank you.
Has the installation of community mailboxes in Edmonton caused problems, as it has in Montreal? In Montreal, some mailboxes froze in winter. In addition, some mailboxes needed to be replaced two, three or four times because they were poorly located and took up the entire sidewalk. There were many similar stories.
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CPC (QC)
Ms. Kennedy, as you know, during the Trente Glorieuses, western societies were very lucky because their GDP grew continuously. For the past 40 years, it has been an open secret that, despite our reluctance, cuts need to be made, even if we don't necessarily say so.
I see that Canada Post's 2015 annual report mentions a reduction of the salaries and benefits of new employees in particular. I understand that, for the workers, it may seem deplorable. That said, most people I meet don't have benefits, pensions, and so on.
Nevertheless, do think Canada Post workers have a long way to go, meaning they must accept certain measures that would reduce their benefits somewhat for the greater good of society?
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