Question of the Week | Dec. 12

Are you frustrated with how Canada Post notified customers after the November truck fire?

  • Dec. 12, 2019 9:34 a.m.


BACKGROUND:

Terrace residents are frustrated with Canada Post after their expected deliveries were destroyed in a truck fire last month and no notice was given.

According to crown corporation spokesperson Phil Legault, a truck contracted to carry Canada Post mail and packages slid off the road into a ditch along Highway 97 near Hixon, about 60 kilometres south of Prince George on Nov. 13, and caught fire.

Are you frustrated with how Canada Post notified customers after the November truck fire?

READ MORE: Terrace residents upset with Canada Post service following truck fire carrying mail, parcels


 


brittany@terracestandard.com

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