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Canada Post and chamber talk future

Canada Post is asking for input about future postal service needs.
June 06, 2013 - 3:00 AM

KAMLOOPS — The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce has been invited to take part in a discussion with Canada Post about the services the postal service is offering and will be offering in the future.

While executive director Deb McLelland says she is unsure exactly what to expect from the meeting she knows Canada Post has asked to hear from Canadians about their future postal needs.

“We'll be giving input while they faciliate the session,” McLelland says, “that's about all I know right now.”

The chamber asked members to provide their opinions and McLelland says many who provided input offered one sentence about the service. There does not seem to be any particular theme that stands out from the input, McLelland notes.

The invitation-only session takes place Thursday morning in Kamloops.

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