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Our post office is under review - Have your say!

The federal government appointed an independent task force earlier this year to identify options for the future of Canada Post. It said that everything but postal privatization would be on the table.

This fall, a parliamentary committee will be consulting with Canadians on postal service and the options identified by the task force (Note: task force report due in September). It will make recommendations to the government by year’s end.



Let the committee know what your key issues are:

  • Getting your home mail delivery back?
  • Keeping your public post office?
  • Greening the post office?
  • Creating services that support seniors and people with disabilities?
  • Bringing back our postal bank for more inclusive, accessible financial services for everyone?


Have your say on the future of Canada Post by:

  1. Filling out an online survey from September 26 to October 21, 2016 at: Paper surveys are available upon request.

  2. Attending one of the public consultations being held across the country. For more information, go to:

    Information on western and northern locations to come.

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You can get updates and more information at:


Join the Campaign

You can send a message in support of postal banking or you can download and print a hard copy

Need to keep up-to-date on the campaign? Sign up for the campaign newsletter below.

Talk to your family and friends about what the public postal service means to you and why a public review and postal banking are important. You can find additional resources below to help.

Sharing this site and your actions on social media is another way to mobilize more people.

Thank you for your support!

More ways to get involved

Is your city or municipality on the list of postal banking supporters on this website? If not, would you meet with your municipal representative and encourage them to move a resolution, either in support of postal banking or a public review of Canada Post?

Can your help organize an event or information session in your community?

We can give you resources to help.

You can also volunteer to help a nearby CUPW local in their campaign activities.

Please connect with a Save Canada Post campaign coordinator at or call 1-855-878-7111.

Please feel free to post and share content from this website using the embedded share tools. Post and send us pictures of your involvement, too, using the hashtag #savecanadapost to make sure postal workers will see your support!

Together we can build a successful 21st century post office that meets the needs of Canadians and creates new revenue streams, such as postal banking. We appreciate every bit of support.

Send your MP a message – Support Postal Banking

Canada needs a postal bank. Thousands of rural towns and villages in our country do not have a bank, but many of them have a post office that could provide financial services. As well, nearly two million Canadians desperately need an alternative to payday lenders. A postal bank could be that alternative. Send your MP a message in support of postal banking.

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A Better Public Postal Service For Everyone!: It's Time.


Send your MP a message in support of Postal Banking

Wednesday November 25 2015

Canada needs a postal bank.

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Send your MP a message urging a public review of Canada Post

Tuesday November 17 2015

On December 11, 2013, Canada Post announced drastic cutbacks to our public postal service, including plans to end home mail delivery in our country

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Postal Privatization and Deregulation - Questions and Answers

Postal Privatization and Deregulation - Questions and Answers

Friday January 30 2015


What does privatizing a post office mean?

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Human Factor

A Human Factor

Monday December 15 2014

A member of CUPW's Sherbrooke local has created a website entitled A Human Factor.

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Community Mailboxes Will Hurt Residential Property Values

Community Mailboxes Will Hurt Residential Property Values

Thursday September 25 2014

Postal service cuts are coming to people’s homes, and they may be wondering what the impact will be.

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