Alice Harris, 65, of Kennewick, submits her prescriptions to pharmacy technician Fran Plaskett at Shoppers Drug Mart in Osoyoos, British Columbia. Harris was turning in 13 prescriptions that normally cost her $600 a month in the United States. She saved about 30 percent in Canada.
Alice Harris, 65, of Kennewick, submits her prescriptions to pharmacy technician Fran Plaskett at Shoppers Drug Mart in Osoyoos, British Columbia. Harris was turning in 13 prescriptions that normally cost her $600 a month in the United States. She saved about 30 percent in Canada. Bob Brawdy File photo
Alice Harris, 65, of Kennewick, submits her prescriptions to pharmacy technician Fran Plaskett at Shoppers Drug Mart in Osoyoos, British Columbia. Harris was turning in 13 prescriptions that normally cost her $600 a month in the United States. She saved about 30 percent in Canada. Bob Brawdy File photo

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