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They get letters: Jean and David Hauraney of Address-O-Matic Mailing Systems fear the proposed 76-per-cent increase in first-class postal rates for Jan. 1 will drastically affect their small business which has six employees. A representative of the Canadian Organization of Small Business expressed anger with the government's plans and he figures companies and consumers have not been getting what they pay for. Open in full size

They get letters: Jean and David Hauraney of Address-O-Matic Mailing Systems fear the proposed 76-per-cent increase in first-class postal rates for Jan. 1 will drastically affect their small business which has six employees. A representative of the Canadian Organization of Small Business expressed anger with the government's plans and he figures companies and consumers have not been getting what they pay for.

Picture, 1981, English

They get letters: Jean and David Hauraney of Address-O-Matic Mailing Systems fear the proposed 76-per-cent increase in first-class postal rates for Jan. 1 will drastically affect their small business which has six employees. A representative of the Canadian Organization of Small Business expressed anger with the government's plans and he figures companies and consumers have not been getting what they pay for.

Picture, 1981, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Collective Biography - Men - HAU

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0128240f