The Federal Communications Commission has given us an update on its plan to end the so-called “informality” of mail.
The new rules will mean mail delivery will be more efficient and more convenient for Canadians.
The rules will require people to fill out an online form and pay a fee of $5 for the privilege.
The fee will then be charged at the post office.
The letter is expected to be sent by courier within the next few weeks.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is also planning to implement its own postal service by 2021.
Both the federal government and the CRTC have been lobbying for more postal services, especially for the elderly and people with disabilities.
The CRTC has said it wants to reduce costs.
In the meantime, Canadians have been asking for more services.
Some companies, like Google, Amazon and PayPal have been doing away with their mail delivery services, in favour of online delivery.
However, some mail delivery companies are still providing delivery services to Canadians, in spite of the new rules.
The postal service has been an important part of our daily lives since it was established.
As an online business, we rely on the mail as a medium of exchange.
The federal government is trying to reduce cost of mail delivery, but some mail carriers say they have no choice but to continue to do so.
The cost of delivering mail is increasing.
A report released by the CRT found that the average Canadian spends $6,924 on mail delivery in 2021.
The amount of money people spend on the delivery of mail is projected to reach $11.4 billion by 2020.
In a statement, the CRTF said it will continue to support Canadians by providing the services they need and the services that matter to them.
With files from the Canadian Press