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MEDIA ADVISORY: OHC to respond to Ontario Budget

Posted: March 28, 2018

TORONTO – Natalie Mehra, Executive Director of the Ontario Health Coalition, will be available for comment on the Ontario Budget at Queen’s Park today, March 28th after 4:00 p.m.

Dana Boettger, OHC Communications, 416-441-2502

The Ontario Health Coalition and local coalitions throughout Ontario 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 and organizations that are also available for comment on the Ontario Budget:

Kingsley Kwok, Scarborough Health Coalition (English and Cantonese)      416-835-3377

Cam Jay, Spokesperson, Kingston Health Coalition                                           613-328-2901

Roy Brady, Peterborough Health Coalition and Council of Canadians         705-745-2446

Peter Bergmanis, London Health Coalition                                                         519-860-4403

Bryan Smith, Oxford Coalition for Social Justice                                               226-228-8309

Derrell R. Dular, Managing Director, Older Canadians Network and            416-260-3429

Alliance of Seniors

Shirley Roebuck, Sarnia Lambton Health Coalition                                         226-402-2724

Jules Tupker, Thunder Bay Health Coalition                                                    807-627-6249

Charlie Courneyea, Durham Health Coalition                                                  416-557-5935

Janina Lebon, Hamilton Health Coalition                                                        905-545-5514

Magee McGuire, Guelph Health Coalition                                                        519-767-0084

Treena Hollingworth, Stratford and Area Concerned Citizens                      647-537-4357