Behind the scenes, but loving the camera

Reader commends residents, not Coell, on hospital support

The July 18 edition of the Peninsula New Review says one of MLA Murray Coell’s notable projects is the Saanich Peninsula Hospital operating rooms.

Premier Christy Clark says Coell’s best work is done behind the scenes, but he must have been way behind the scenes on that project.

I must admit he is front and centre when the cameras are there, but my congratulations go to the residents of the area for their devotion and financial support of our hospital.

Shelagh Bell

Sidney

 

 

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