Why do we do Postal Code?

Worden, Peter
January 2011
Alberta Views;Jan2011, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p11
The article offers the author's insights on why the Postal Code section was created in the journal "Alberta Views." The author states that the journal has selected 10 Forward Sortation Areas (FSAs) including T6G, T1K, and T8V to learn more about Alberta in terms of community level. He relates that they wanted to figure out the problems, ideas for social change, and what do people value in their residence. He notes that the main purpose of Postal Code is to have a fairer and better Alberta.


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