Morning North | Jan 23, 2014 | 6:27

Public meeting on postal cuts held in Sudbury

Canada Post has warned that it will stop delivering mail to people's doors in the next five years. The postal workers union organized a public meeting to try and get the public on it's side. We have some audio from the meeting.

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