You are invited to a meeting in Niagara, Ontario on April 5th and in Hamilton, Ontario on April 23rd
More details on Ontario Health Coalition Upcoming Events and Meetings Below
A Call-Out from the Ontario Health Coalition
Posted April 2nd, 2018 on Niagara At Large
Local health care coalitions are working on fighting hospital cuts, protecting public health care for all, against privatization and 2-tier user fees for patients, improving home care and long-term care, stopping the privatization of primary care, improving quality and reducing wait times, protecting democratic decision-making and public access to information about our health care institutions and system.
Local coalitions are open to anyone who is interested and who supports the aims and values of the health coalition — to safeguard and improve public health care for all under the principles of equity and fairness that are embodied in the Canada Health Act.
All are welcome! Please spread the word!
See a partial list of events (ones scheduled in or near the Niagara, Ontario region) below:
- Niagara Region
- Niagara Region Health Coalition meeting
- Thursday, April 5, 6:30 p.m.
- Welland Town Hall, Committee Room, Welland
- Pharmacare Tour – PHARMACARE: A PLAN FOR EVERYONE
- Thursday, April 12, 6:30 p.m.
- Operating Engineers, Banquet Hall C., Centre
- 2245 Speers Rd.
- Speakers: Hassan Yussuff, President, Canadian Labour Congress; Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, Council of Canadians; Reverend Dr. Mervyn Russell for the Ontario Health Coalition
- Hamilton Health Coalition meeting
- Monday, April 23, 3:30 p.m.
- USW Local 1005 Hall, 350 Kenilworth Avenue North, Hamilton
- Stratford and Area Concerned Citizens Group meeting
- Wednesday, April 25
- To confirm time and location please call Treena Hollingworth at 647-537-4357
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