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MPs wary of Canada Post stoppage

One MP wants to send out flyers for a town hall on electoral reform, but will have to find another route of communicating the details to her constituents if Canada Post negotiations dissolve.

Constituents will have a harder time reaching their MPs—and vice versa—if there is a work stoppage at Canada Post. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, July 13, 2016 12:00 AM

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