Daybreak Kamloops | Oct 8, 2013 | 6:33

Canada Post cuts questioned in Kamloops

Cuts are on the way for the post office in downtown Kamloops. The outlet on Seymour Street currently has three staff working the counter. Next month, it will be just one person.

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