We are sounding the alarm to alert Canadians that the expiry of the Health Accord means the end of federal leadership in health care and cuts of $36 billion to health transfers over 10 years.
Kelowna’s Crossroads Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centre announced it will permanently be closing its doors after 37 years of service to the community,
A video invitation to the national day of action against cuts to refugee health coverage on Monday, June 18.
On June 18, Canadians across the country will be participating in a rally for health care for refugees. The Harper government will implement severe cuts to health care for refugees come July 1.
The Ontario Health Coalition is warning Ontarians that the rhetoric used by the McGuinty government to justify hospital cuts is over the top and is not supported by the facts.