Harmonized sales tax public meetings coming to Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake

Public meetings organized by FightHST will be taking place in Vanderhoof on Wednesday, June 15, and in Fraser Lake on Thursday, June 16, to discuss why British Columbians should vote “yes” to extinguish the harmonized sales tax (HST).

  • Jun. 8, 2011 8:00 a.m.

Public meetings organized by FightHST will be taking place in Vanderhoof on Wednesday, June 15, and in Fraser Lake on Thursday, June 16, to discuss why British Columbians should vote “yes” to extinguish the harmonized sales tax (HST).

Representatives from the Prince George FightHST Committee will be on hand to discuss the various problems with the tax.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

 

 

Vanderhoof

7pm, Wednesday, June 15

Evelyn Dickson Elementary School

Fraser Lake

7pm, Thursday, June 16

Seminar room, Arena Complex (in basement)

 

 

For more information call:  Eric Allen at (250) 961-1192.

 

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