Two ‘sinkholes’ fail to deliver

Two 'sinkholes' fail to deliver Something is wrong here. I'm not sure what it is. Perhaps your readers can assist me. Attached is a photocopy of the face of an ordinary letter, properly stamped, with a return address. It was recently sent to the head of

Something is wrong here. I’m not sure what it is.

Perhaps your readers can assist me.

Attached is a photocopy of the face of an ordinary letter, properly stamped, with a return address.

It was recently sent to the head office of Bell Canada, in Montreal, at the address currently posted on their website.

It was returned to me this week, marked: “Moved, Unknown, Return to Sender.”

Something is wrong here. We’re dealing with two heavily-subsidized Canadian corporations who can’t seem to get their act together.

If Bell Canada head office really did move, you’d think they’d pay the $90-fee for mail forwarding.

The main post office in Montreal must get thousands of letters each day for Bell Canada; you’d expect them to know Bell’s address.

If taxpayers are forking out multi-millions to these two sink-holes, in exchange for “public services,” doesn’t the public have a right to expect service?

Something is wrong here.

Mike Laforet

Whitehorse