The union representing postal workers says it has been told that the federal government will decide by spring whether to restore door-to-door mail delivery to people who lost it in the last year. The Canadian Union of Postal Workers met Public Service and Procurement Minister Judy Foote today, urging her to act on the recommendations of a Commons committee that studied the future of mail services across the country. Among its many recommendations issued in December, the committee called on the Liberal government to reinstate door-to-door delivery in parts of the country where service was converted to community mail boxes after August 2015. It also urged the government to maintain a freeze on the installation of the curbside mail boxes and said Canada Post should raise delivery rates. CUPW national president Mike Palecek says the minister didn’t commit to adopt any of the committee’s recommendations, but said final decisions would be made this spring. The Liberals promised during the 2015 election campaign to end conversions of door-to-door service to community boxes, but didn’t pledge to restore services retroactively.