O’hanna Magdy and his wife Gigi officially opened their new pharmacy on Wallace Street last Friday.

New pharmacy in Hope

Store offers a wide selection of Rexall brand products

Pharmacist O’hanna Magdy hopes to fill a gap in the community by providing faster and more affordable service.

He officially opened the doors to his new store on Wallace Street last Friday. Hope Pharmacy offers a wide range of exclusive Rexall brand products and is part of the Guardian network of 860 independently owned pharmacies across the country.

“Our slogan is you just can’t buy better,” said Magdy.

“Our prices are guaranteed and you don’t have to wait for a flyer or wait for a sales campaign to get what you want.”

The locally owned and operated pharmacy provides delivery of medication and front-store items daily to residents in the region, including those living in Boston Bar. Magdy can also give vaccinations in-store without an appointment.

Hope Pharmacy is located at 224 Wallace St. and is open six days a week, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

For more information, call 604-860-2144 or email hopepha@yahoo.ca.

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