Health care

Resident concerned about the level of funding for health care

I am willing to bet Terry Lake was very happy to find out that Vernon is soon to get a new Timmies! Happy, indeed, as all of the hospital workers that will lose their jobs from his ill-conceived monetary policies, can get a job pushing coffee now!.

In his mind, everyone can exist on B.C.’s minimum wage.

Christy Clark explains we live in such a wonderful province we can afford to get rid of higher-paying jobs for low-paying, menial jobs, while the extra cash flows to her administrative friends in the Legislature.

It’s too bad they haven’t seen the lessons the voters of Alberta gave to the Conservatives recently.

Robert Johnston

Vernon

 

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