We reported earlier in this blog on the dispute between the City of Hamilton and Canada Post. To recall, the City adopted a bylaw that required Canada Post to obtain a City permit before placing community mailboxes on City streets.
Canada Post challenged the constitutional validity of the bylaw and, on June 11, 2015, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice issued its decision. The Court agreed with Canada Post and declared the bylaw invalid.
To quote some of the Court’s reasons: