Manitoba

Some northern Manitobans waiting weeks for mail, prescription drugs

A remote stretch of northern Manitoba has gone three weeks without mail delivery, leading to locals waiting on prescription drugs.
A town in northern Manitoba has gone without mail delivery since Dec. 22. (Darren Calabrese/The Canadian Press)

A remote stretch of northern Manitoba has gone three weeks without mail delivery, leading to locals waiting on prescription drugs.

"It's just the attitude at Canada Post, like they just don't care," said Cecil Thorne, a resident of Pikwitonei, 630 kilometres north of Winnipeg.

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