A minor ailments update for provincial leaders

Updated on November 7, 2023 (Originally posted on November 6, 2023) The Tablet
David Eby

L-R: BC Pharmacy Association CEO Geraldine Vance, pharmacy owner Mario Linaksita, Premier David Eby and pharmacist Christopher James pose for a photo at University Pharmacy.

Four months after the minor ailments and contraception service (MACS) was implemented in B.C., the Association invited Members of the Legislative Assembly to visit pharmacies to check out how the service has been received by British Columbians.

The following photo collage were taken during the tours.

MLA Mable Elmore

Vancouver-Kensington: MLA Mable Elmore at Naz's Pharmacy Fraser.

Kelly Greene

Richmond-Steveston: MLA Kelly Greene at Pharmasave #038

Spencer Chandra Herbert

Vancouver-West End: MLA Spencher Chandra-Herbert at London Drugs #50.

MLA Susie Chant

North Vancouver-Seymour: MLA Susie Chant at Shoppers Drug Mart #291.

Mitzi dean

Esquimalt-Metchosin: MLA Mitzi Dean at Rexall #7103.

Grace Lore

Victoria-Beacon Hill: MLA Grace Lore at Shoppers Drug Mart #208.

Sheila Malcolmson

Nanaimo: MLA Sheila Malcolmson at Rexall #7191.

Dan Coulter

Chilliwack: MLA Dan Coulter at Pro-Health Pharmacy.

Lisa Beare Bob D'Eith

Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows: MLAs Lisa Beare and Bob D'Eith at Medlandia Compounding Pharmacy.

Ravi Parmar

Langford-Juan de Fuca: MLA Ravi Parmar at St. Anthony's Clinic Pharmacy.

Katrine Conroy

West Kootenays: MLA Katrine Conroy at Trail Apothecary Pharmachoice.

murray rankin

Oak Bay-Gordon Head: MLA Murray Rankin at Oak Bay Pharmasave.

Janet Routledge

Burnaby North: MLA Janet Routledge at London Drugs #56.


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