The Morning Edition - Sask | Sep 13, 2013 | 6:15

The Future of Canada Post

The days of getting more letters in your mailbox than your inbox are long gone and that means that Canada Post needs to make some serious changes if it wants to stay relevant. We spoke with Canada Post's Jon Hamilton.

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