Canada Post has not formally announced which communities will lose home delivery in 2015, but the word is leaking out through local announcements. While the corporation has yet to work out all its details for the next year, some communities in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia know their turn is next. Canada Post has confirmed that plans, at least in part, include more than 20,000 addresses in the B.C. communities of Victoria, Langford, Colwood, Saanish, Esquimault, View Royal, Campbell River, and Songhees First Nation. The effected postal codes start with V9A, V9B, V9C, V9W, and V8L. Continue reading →
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