Online subscription ends relationship

Reader unhappy with online subscription fee, bring relations with Interior News to an end.

Editor:

As a person who lived in Smithers for the first 25 years of my life I found it interesting from time to time to take a glance at the Interior News online.

After being away for about 25 years, it was a neat way to sort of keep a link.

I was recently blown away by the fact that I can read major newspapers online, for example the Winnipeg Free Press and the Winnipeg Sun, without having to subscribe but a small town paper wants me to subscribe.

I do not subscribe to anything online so thus ends that link to Smithers and seeing it slowly grow.

A.Kanis

Winnipeg

 

 

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