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There is talk that the next B.C. government may ban loyalty rewards on non-government-funded prescriptions in B.C. pharmacies

British Columbians choose to earn loyalty points on the purchases we make; to buy products, travel and redeem for things that we want.

There is talk that the next B.C. government may ban loyalty rewards on non-government-funded prescriptions in B.C. pharmacies. This would be unfair to consumers like me. We should have the right to choose where we shop and the types of loyalty rewards we earn with our purchases.

I believe candidates running in the May 14 provincial election need to have a clear position on this issue so voters know whether they will stand up for consumer choice.

I hope other voters will join me in signing the petition to reject a ban on loyalty rewards in B.C. pharmacies, at www.iearnedit.ca.

Gail Owen

 

Okanagan Falls