Morning North | Feb 14, 2013 | 5:59

Mail delivery interrupted by "unsafe" conditions

Canada Post says two postal routes in Sudbury are under investigation after employees said they didn't feel safe delivering door to door mail. Residents will have to pick up their mail at the post office until the situation is resolved. The city councillor for the area is upset and shares his thoughts on the matter. We also have response from Canada Post.

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