Smurthwaite at his home (Photograph by Carlos Osorio)

This 95-year-old man’s letter to Maclean’s about mail and loneliness sparked multiple pen pals

Some 50 strangers from British Columbia to Nova Scotia mailed letters to Stan Smurthwaite, a strange delight for the WWII vet and retiree

This mail-hoarding postal worker is a hero for our times

Shannon Gormley: Doesn’t the mail drive everyone, including its recipients, postal? If the mail stopped coming for just a little while, it wouldn’t be a tragedy. It would be a snow day.
Lost in the mail

Can Canada Post survive the digital era?

Even radical reform might not save the post office now
Did you Yahoo! that?

Did you Yahoo! that?

The one-time star of the dot-com era tries to figure out what to be as it grows up

Monopolistically, my dear Watson

Bet you didn’t know you were breaking the law if you ever had non-urgent mail delivered by a courier