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Smart meters opposed

Jim Stachow from Ladysmith wears a foil-covered cowboy hat and day glow orange safety vest to draw attention from motorists passing under the pedestrian overpass on the Island Highway at Norwell Drive. Eight people turned out at noon Wednesday to be part of a protest over implementation of B.C. Hydro’s smart-meter program. - Chris Bush/The News Bulletin
Jim Stachow from Ladysmith wears a foil-covered cowboy hat and day glow orange safety vest to draw attention from motorists passing under the pedestrian overpass on the Island Highway at Norwell Drive. Eight people turned out at noon Wednesday to be part of a protest over implementation of B.C. Hydro’s smart-meter program.
— image credit: Chris Bush/The News Bulletin

Jim Stachow from Ladysmith wears a foil-covered cowboy hat and day glow orange safety vest to draw attention from motorists passing under the pedestrian overpass on the Island Highway at Norwell Drive. Eight people turned out at noon Wednesday to be part of a protest over implementation of B.C. Hydro’s smart-meter program.

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