15 Aug Aug 15/11 – Media Advisory: Tour heads to Yarmouth County
Monday, 15 August 2011
August 15, 2011
Health Network Tour heads to Yarmouth County
The Nova Scotia Citizens’ Health Care Network’s summer tour arrives in Yarmouth County on Thursday, August 18th.
The Health Network is raising awareness and mobilizing activists around the coming 2014 Health Accord. Network Coordinator, Kyle Buott, will be meeting with local activists to distribute window signs that say “Health Accord 2014 Must: Protect, Strengthen, Extend Medicare”. Buott will be meeting with local women’s centres, unions, seniors and community organizations.
An information picket will be held at 4:00 pm on Thursday, August 18th in front of the Post Office in Yarmouth.
Individuals can get windows signs by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Please include a mailing address and the number of signs requested.
Buott will be available to meet with local media. The Health Network would like to meet with local editors and journalists to provide background information on the Health Accord.
More information on the tour can be found on the Health Network’s blog, http://nscitizenshealthcarenetwork.wordpress.com/ or Twitter account: @NSHealthNetwork.
For more information, or to book interviews, please contact:
Office (902) 406-9422
Cell (902) 478-0239
About the Nova Scotia Citizens’ Health Care Network:
Formed in 1996, the Nova Scotia Citizens’ Health Care Network’s goal is to stop the privatization of the public health care system, ensure high levels of care, and create a forum for people and communities to discuss issues in health care.
The Network is a coalition of local health committees, community groups, organized labour, faith groups and individuals dedicated to protecting and advancing public health care to include services like pharmacare, dental care and long-term and home care.
The Network is political but non-partisan and receives no government funding.