I was driving Emma home as it was raining and blustery and we rolled by the community hall on the way and there wasn't a mailbox in sight.
Typical, she said, outports have always been treated like they are third class passengers.
Many of our villagers, like Emma, don't have cars and there's no public transit. 50km is an unimaginable trip to collect a piece of mail or drop off a letter.
I asked our now ex-post master when the new mailboxes would arrive. No one had given him any information, he shrugged.
Thank you, Canada Post.
It's no wonder you are held in such contempt by those you profess to serve.