It’s Time To Rebuild Our Health Care System Across Ontario

A Video to Watch before You Vote in the June 7th Ontario elections

From the Ontario Health Coalition, a province-wide citizens advocacy group, based in Toronto

Posted May 22nd, 2018 on Niagara At Large

Please click on video below to play.

You can paste the link into Facebook or email on to friends. Thank you for helping to restore and rebuild our public health care system for all Ontarians.

~ Protecting Public Medicare for All ~

About the Ontario Health CoalitionThe Ontario Health Coalition is comprised of a Board of Directors, committees of the Board as approved in the Coalition’s annual Action Plan, Local Coalitions, member organizations and individual members. Currently the Ontario Health Coalition represents more than 400 member organizations and a network of Local Health Coalitions and individual members. Our members include: seniors’ groups; patients’ organizations; unions; nurses and health professionals’ organizations; physicians and physician organizations that support the public health system; non-profit community agencies; student groups; ethnic and cultural organizations; residents’ and family councils; retirees; poverty and equality-seeking groups; women’s organizations, and others.

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2 responses to “It’s Time To Rebuild Our Health Care System Across Ontario

  1. The Liberals and the Conservatives have had several turns at bat, have played their cards and get an impressively failing grade on healthcare, the care of our senior citizens, mental health, affordable housing/rent control, the environment, responsible development, pipelines, offshore drilling, electoral reform, Indigenous consultation, closing legal tax shelters for the rich, food safety (especially imports from China), clean and affordable energy, infrastructure, transportation, etc., etc., etc. etc., etc.!!!! I am forever impressed that anyone can believe a word that comes out of a Liberal or Conservative candidate’s mouth when they promise to do things differently if elected. “Fool me once….” I am not suggesting that the NDP are not capable of equally breathtaking lies, self-indulgence or incompetence but it has been awhile since they have been afforded an opportunity to show me what they’ve got so that is where my vote will be going.


  2. If you want to know where your provincial candidates stand on healthcare issues, you won’t want to miss the Niagara Centre candidates healthcare debate, Wednesday, May 23, at 6:30 pm in the Community Hall at the Welland Arena, 501 King Street in Welland. For voters in Niagara West, the debate is Thursday, May 24, at the Livingstone Activity Centre, 18 Livingstone Ave., Grimsby. And bring your questions!


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