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Ontario election: The health care decoy

I’m not sure when health care became the go-to substitute for serious political debate. But it’s a pretty safe bet that when you absolutely, positively need to move votes in bulk, you accuse your opponent of wanting to take health care away. In Ontario ... read more

Ontario student voters look for student loan relief, mental-health services

One of the most pressing concerns for college and university students, as the election nears, is the cost of tuition, say Eskin and others. Hundreds of thousands of students in financial need get tuition money though the Ontario Student Assistance Program ... read more

Hospital crowding: Why all 3 major Ontario parties are promising more LTC beds

registered as a third-party advertiser in this election, has put out this devastating ad: "We don't use the word crisis lightly," said Natalie Mehra, the executive director of the Ontario Health Coalition. "But by every measure our health care is in crisis. read more

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Peterborough-Kawartha candidates share ideas on improving health care

Peterborough-Kawartha provincial election candidates shared their ideas to improve ... Conway said he believes health care for all Ontario citizens, regardless of age or ability to pay, should be included in any expansion of health care. read more

B.C. government unveils plans for urgent primary care centres

“We do know the model of primary care that has existed in British Columbia since the creation of medicare is in need of change,” said Health Minister Adrian Dix. Some other provinces, such as Ontario, have also pushed toward primary health centres ... read more

Student voters look for tuition, mental-health help

One of the most pressing concerns for college and university students, as the election nears, is the cost of tuition, say Eskin and others. Hundreds of thousands of students in financial need get tuition money though the Ontario Student Assistance Program ... read more

Ontario election 2014: Doctors want parties to debate health care

The Ontario Medical Association is calling on the province’s four political parties to make health care the No. 1 issue this election. "With more than 700,000 Ontarians without access to a primary care provider, we need meaningful debate from the leaders ... read more

Ontario doesn’t have enough doctors

I’m often asked if attracting new doctors to Ontario is the key ... So what doctor would pick our health care system as their destination of choice? A province where funding is clawed back and cut in between election cycles is a tough sell. read more


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