Canada Post promotes letter writing

Canada Post has launched a new campaign to promote letter writing during the pandemic.

“It’s such a good way to reach out to someone and let them know you love them,” Hayley Magermans, media relations officer with Canada Post, told CBC Radio’s Windsor Morning show.

“Especially right now, we might be seeing our loved ones a little less than we used to and we’re always looking for new ways to connect,” added Magermans, who has been writing both of her 90-year-old grandfathers throughout the pandemic. “When you write a letter to them and get a letter back, there’s something about sitting down and really writing through your feelings and your thoughts and I have something I can keep a little longer.”

For more information about the “Write Here, Write Now” campaign, visit bit.ly/2St3EUN.

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