For many Canadians, including those of us in much larger communities, having an actual Post Office in town is a rarity. Most of us visit postal outlets located in convenience stores or pharmacies. This is not the case in Dawson City, a community of less than two thousand, where there exists, on Third Avenue, a real Post Office.
And hey, you even get to send and pick up mail too; stuff that can't be sent virtually, like letters to Santa.
And invitations to dinners, writer's readings (as you can see in the photo above with a poster from the Library for Sherry's reading) community events, and "part of my house is for rent" kind of announcements. The Post Office is a central place; a good one to find in every town. Dawson City is fortunate.