Friends of Public Services is fighting for the Canada we want

Millions of Canadian residents would be directly affected by planned cuts to door-to-door mail delivery by the Conservative government, and Friends of Public Services is tackling this election issue head on. Canada Post's door to door delivery to the next level, help defeat the Conservatives, and make sure that Canada Post stays in public hands. 

The web site has tools to help people across Canada take action and organize together to stop the cuts to door to door: 

http://www.publicservices.ca

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The campaign aims to mobilize volunteers in ridings where the Conservatives are vulnerable, and where postal services have been recently cut back. After October 19th, Friends of Public Services will work to ensure that whoever wins the election reinstates door to door delivery.

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