The Ontario College of Pharmacists is threatening action against health clinics which are distributing contraceptive pills at cost, often in unlabelled packages, without medical supervision.  According to the Globe (April 14) one of the College’s inspectors told Planned Parenthood volunteers at an Ottawa clinic that they must hire a pharmacist if they want to sell the pills.  In Ontario the Ministry of Health has used taxpayers’ money to finance public health units to run birth control clinics since before the law legalized contraceptives in 1969.  Maureen Leyland, president of Planned Parenthood Ontario defended the use of the pill at the lowest possible cost, as the most effective contraception for teenagers and young women.