Mr. Speaker, last year, Canada Post made a $194-million profit. We can afford door-to-door delivery in our country.
Canada Post's decision to end door-to-door mail delivery is drawing the ire of more and more Canadians.
At a meeting of the Union des municipalités du Québec, the Minister of Infrastructure, Communities and Intergovernmental Affairs had to respond to angry municipal officials. What he said was that he would ask Canada Post some questions. He is two years late.
When will the Conservatives start listening to Canadians, and when will they get to work on restoring home mail delivery, which Canadians are entitled to?