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Canada Post wants to hike stamp prices to 92 cents starting next year

CBC.ca Friday, 14 June 2019
Canada Post wants to hike stamp prices to 92 cents starting next yearCanada Post is proposing to increase the price of sending a letter within Canada to 92 cents starting next year, a slight increase from the 90 cents it currently costs.
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