martedì 24 maggio 2022

• Time to make the Ontario election a referendum on private health care

CUPE Ottawa  - More than 1400 seniors died from COVID-19 than would have if Ontario had a fully public long-term care system, according to a new report released today. That is a key lesson for voters in the June 2 election, since the Doug Ford PC’s have said they will deal with the post-pandemic surgical backlog by expanding private hospitals, according to CUPE, the province’s largest health care union... Michael Hurley, president of the CUPE’s Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU/CUPE) CUPE is encouraging all three main opposition parties to make this election a referendum on a moratorium on for-profit and private delivery in our health care system...>>>

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