A Dorval, Quebec man doesn't want a community mailbox from being installed near his home.
Hans Dybka says he dumped '10 cubic yards of black earth' where the mailbox is supposed to go. He then installed a steel fence around it reports CTV.
In addition, he put 47 'Save door-to-door' signs on his yard. That's one for every home set to be part of the community mailbox.
Dybka says the location of the mailbox would generate too much traffic and would be in invasion of property. He also says his primary concern is a loss of property value.
“There's no way you're going to put that community mailbox on my property,” he told CTV News.
However, the mailbox wouldn't technically go on his property and it belongs to the city.
In 2013, Canada Post said it would phase out regular door-to-door delivery in urban locations after struggling with revenue loss.