No booze on the beach

When we continue to have drinking drivers not only killing themselves, but innocent victims, why, why, do we need booze at the beach?

When we continue to have drinking drivers not only killing themselves, but innocent victims, why, why, do we need booze at the beach?

There have been complaints about cigarette butts on the beach. Please tell me what will happen, when boozers throw their bottles on the beach? Little children and others will be dealing with some serious injuries. B.C. drinks the most alcohol in Canada. This B.C. government speaks with a forked tongue. They make the police work to stop drinking drivers, then they come up with more ways to make sure the booze is flowing everywhere.

It’s money, money, money and forget the danger. Say no to booze on the beach.

Eileen Nattrass

Saanichton

 

 

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