Canada’s national newspaper service faces closure

FourFour2 The Canadian newspaper delivery job has been cut in the province of Ontario, with a job posting saying the service will be closed to new employees, The Globe and Mail reports.

The newspaper delivery jobs are part of a nationwide job cut, according to the company.

The jobs are at the same locations and the same company.

In a statement on Twitter, the company said: “The new delivery jobs posted on Monday will be eliminated in January.”

The Globe and the Post has reached out to the Post Office in Ontario, which confirmed the job cuts.

A spokesman said the job cut will affect the distribution centre, which has offices in Brampton and Toronto.

The Globe has reached an agreement with the Post office to have its newspaper delivery workforce reduced by about 80 jobs, including the job posting.

He said the newspaper is still looking for other locations to provide paper.