Apparently Canada Post is reaching out to Canadians who have begged out of receiving junk mail like flyers and coupons and asking them to ... receive the junk mail.
CBC's Metro Morning radio host Matt Galloway tweeted out a photograph of a letter he received that had been addressed to "occupant," but still managed to subvert his request not to receive junk mail.
"Your address is part of Canada Posts' Consumers' Choice database as a result of having a 'no flyer' notice on your mailbox," the letter reads.
"This means you are currently not receiving unaddressed mail delivered by Canada Post that your neighbours are receiving. This includes mail that can save you money and keep you connected with your local community."
The letter goes on to urge the occupant remove the notice from the mailbox and reach out to be added back onto the junk mail list.
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