Political front page advertisement creates controversy

Now I see a quarter of the front page is splashed in color with the government ad for the NO side of the HST vote

Editor, The Times:

I hope you can answer this one. Just over a year ago I asked the woman in your office the cost of putting an ad on the front page of the Times. She answered that no one could do that on the front page. Now I see a quarter of the front page is splashed in color with the government ad for the NO side of the HST vote.

No more Pharmacare loyalty points

Here is an interesting bit of government work for you.

Are you on Pharmacare? Does your Pharmacare grant you loyalty points? If so you will no longer receive these points!

The Liberal government under out new premier has forbidden the pharmacies from issuing these points. This is a beyond LOW, it is a total attack on the sick and/or poor people of B.C.

The healthy and the wealthy do not qualify for Pharmacare so it does not affect them.

How on earth can anyone with any morals, common sense, or human kindness and/or feelings defend these despicable, BC Liberals any longer?

Wayne Russell

Member of the BC Refederation Party

Clearwater, B.C.