Join the Fight to Save Public Health Care in Ontario

Attend one of the upcoming Town Halls in or near your Community

Protect our local health care services from mega-mergers and privatization. Protect and improve our public health care! NO to cuts & privatization!

Town Hall Meetings brought to you by the Ontario Health Coalition and in Niagara, by its sister group, the Niagara Health Coalition

Posted March 6th, 2019 on Niagara At Large

Ontario’s Ford government is proposing massive restructuring to hospitals, long-term care, home care, community care, mental health, etc. 

The new legislation, which has been forged with no public consultation whatsoever, will take away local control of health care services.

A Brief Call-Out from Niagara At Large –

Attend the following Town Hall meetings, hosted by the Ontario Health Coaltion and its local chapters, in Niagara and other communities across the province for a public discussion on what can be done to stop any and all moves by the Ford government to cut and privatize our public health care services.

Here is a list of locations, dates and times for a Town Hall meetings near you. For the sake of saving quality, public health care in Ontario, try to make it your business to show up – 

  • St. Catharines Monday March 11, 6:30 pm, St. Catharines Kiwanis Aquatic Centre
    Irene-Lawrence Room, 425 Carlton St.
    Welland          Tuesday March 12, 7 pm, Welland City Hall, 60 Main St. E.
    Hamilton        Wednesday March 13, 7 pm, Hamilton Central Library, 55 York Blvd.
    Grimsby         Thursday March 14, 7 pm, Grimsby City Hall, 160 Livingston Ave.
    Peterborough Wednesday March 20, 6 pm, Peterborough Public Library, 345 Aylmer St. N.
    Chatham        Thursday March 21, 7 pm, St. Clair College, 1001 Grand Avenue West
     (Red Line Room)
    Windsor         Friday March 22, 6 pm, Royal Canadian Legion Ambassador Br. 143,
    1570 Marentette Ave.
    Sarnia            Saturday March 23 10 am, Royal Canadian Legion Br. 62, 286 Front St. N.
    Stratford        Saturday March 23 3 pm, Royal Canadian Legion Br. 8, 804 Ontario St. B1.
    London          Monday, March 25, 7 pm, London Public Library, 251 Dundas St.
    (Lawson Foundation Room)
    Kitchener Waterloo Tuesday, March 26, 7 pm, Kitchener City Hall (Rotunda)
    City of Kawartha Lakes Wednesday, March 27, 6 pm, Faith Christian Fellowship Church, 59 Mary St. W.
    Wallaceburg Thursday, March 28, 7 pm, Royal Canadian Legion Br. 18, 52 Margaret Ave.
    Kingston       Thursday, March 28, 7 pm, Regiopolis-Notre Dame Catholic School,
    130 Russell St.
    Sudbury       Sunday, March 31, 12 pm, Royal Canadian Legion Br. 564, 22 Long Lake Road
    Midland        Thursday, April 4, 7 pm, North Simcoe Sport and Rec Centre, 527 Len Self Blvd.
    Sault Ste. Marie Friday, April 5, 7 pm, Royal Canadian Legion Br. 25, 96 Great Northern Rd.

~ Protecting Public Medicare for All ~

Ontario Health Coalition

For more information on the Ontario Health Coalition and its citizens advocacy work for health care services, click onwww.ontariohealthcoalition.ca

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