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A well-known Australian children’s singer is hoping to get in touch with a fan from Chilliwack who sent her some artwork. The envelope with the return address was damaged by her dog Patch. (Emma Watkins/ Facebook)

Puppy eats fan mail from B.C., now Australian children’s singer is looking for sender

Emma Watkins, former member of ‘The Wiggles’, received mail from someone on Henry Street in Chilliwack

 

Mail boxes are seen at Canada Post’s main plant in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, May 9, 2020, amid a worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Canada Post to briefly resume mail service in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Groups in the Downtown Eastside say suspension endangers safety of those who rely on the mail

 

Various items are laid out for sale on the sidewalk on Hastings Street in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Canada Post deliveries paused in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside over safety concerns

Affected customers can pick up mail from a Canada Post facility about two kilometres away

 

The cremated remains of Michael Okeymaw’s grandfather were delivered to a community mail box in Ponoka. The image has been selectively blurred to protect personal information. (Photo submitted)

Ponoka family feels ‘hurt’ and ‘disrespected’ after cremated remains delivered to community mailbox

Canada Post apologetic and regrets ‘any further stress’ caused

The cremated remains of Michael Okeymaw’s grandfather were delivered to a community mail box in Ponoka. The image has been selectively blurred to protect personal information. (Photo submitted)
Mailboxes are seen at Canada Post's main plant in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, May 9, 2020, amid a worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Canada Post has moved up parcel delivery deadlines within Canada in response to unprecedented holiday demand during COVID-19 but is still telling Canadians to expect delays. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Canada Post moves up Christmas delivery deadlines amid unprecedented holiday demand

Canada Post moves up Christmas delivery deadlines amid unprecedented holiday demand

Mailboxes are seen at Canada Post's main plant in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, May 9, 2020, amid a worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Canada Post has moved up parcel delivery deadlines within Canada in response to unprecedented holiday demand during COVID-19 but is still telling Canadians to expect delays. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
Delivery vehicles are seen at Canada Post's main plant in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, May 9, 2020.The Canada Post Group of Companies is reporting a third-quarter pre-tax loss of $216 million, as increased revenue from parcel shipping failed to compensate for higher pandemic-related costs and a slowdown in its Canada Post segment. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Canada Post Group of Companies reports $216-million pre-tax Q3 loss

Canada Post Group of Companies reports $216-million pre-tax Q3 loss

Delivery vehicles are seen at Canada Post's main plant in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, May 9, 2020.The Canada Post Group of Companies is reporting a third-quarter pre-tax loss of $216 million, as increased revenue from parcel shipping failed to compensate for higher pandemic-related costs and a slowdown in its Canada Post segment. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
Canada Post reports $153M loss in 2019 amid rising parcels competition

Canada Post reports $153M loss in 2019 amid rising parcels competition

Canada Post reports $153M loss in 2019 amid rising parcels competition

Canada Post reports $153M loss in 2019 amid rising parcels competition
Canada Post reminds people to keep a safe distance

Canada Post reminds people to keep a safe distance

Encounters with dogs have increased as more people stay at home

Canada Post reminds people to keep a safe distance
Contributed photo                                Canada Post worker Melissa Bustamante, shown her with her own dog, loves to interact with canines — but not when they growl at postal carriers while they are delivering the mail.

Canada Post urges Central Albertans to restrain their dogs

A bitten Red Deer postal carrier still remembers the painful encounter

Contributed photo                                Canada Post worker Melissa Bustamante, shown her with her own dog, loves to interact with canines — but not when they growl at postal carriers while they are delivering the mail.
Red Deer County resident Randy Parker said he is tired of waiting for Canada Post to replace his damaged community mail box. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Red Deer County resident Randy Parker said he is tired of waiting for Canada Post to replace his damaged community mail box. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Liberals push Canada Post bill to Friday-night votes

Liberals push Canada Post bill to Friday-night votes

OTTAWA — Mail service came to a halt in Ottawa on Friday…

Liberals push Canada Post bill to Friday-night votes
Canada Post employees participated in a one-day strike in Red Deer on Oct. 25. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Red Deer postal workers remain hopeful

Back to work legislation introduced

Canada Post employees participated in a one-day strike in Red Deer on Oct. 25. (File photo by Advocate staff)
Bentley residents turned out in force on May 28 to protest the looming loss of Canada Post counter service in the community.                                File photo by Red Deer Advocate

Canada Post parcel service back in Bentley

Bentley residents rallied to save Canada Post counter service

Bentley residents turned out in force on May 28 to protest the looming loss of Canada Post counter service in the community.                                File photo by Red Deer Advocate
Updated: Canada Post reviewing Bentley postal changes

Updated: Canada Post reviewing Bentley postal changes

Bentley was set to lose last of its Canada Post counter service on Friday

Updated: Canada Post reviewing Bentley postal changes
About 100 people turned out in Bentley on Monday to rally to save Canada Post parcel service in town.                                Photo by PAUL COWLEY/Advocate staff

Updated: Bentley residents rally to save postal service

Residents concerned Canada Post is moving parcel service to Lacombe

About 100 people turned out in Bentley on Monday to rally to save Canada Post parcel service in town.                                Photo by PAUL COWLEY/Advocate staff
Contributed photo                                RCMP photo

Mail theft suspect arrested

Residents saw two men allegedly trying to break in to community mailbox in Westlake

Contributed photo                                RCMP photo
Photo by JEFF STOKOE/Advocate staff                                A community mailbox across from Red Deer Mitsubishi on Burnt Lake Drive, west of the city, has been the target of thieves.

Mail thieves target industrial parks

A problem for customers and businesses in Red Deer area

Photo by JEFF STOKOE/Advocate staff                                A community mailbox across from Red Deer Mitsubishi on Burnt Lake Drive, west of the city, has been the target of thieves.

Notorious Vancouver crow tangles with Canada Post

VANCOUVER — Snow, rain and heat don’t stop mail carriers from making…