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September 30, 2013
Health Network to Grade Parties’ Health Care Platforms
The Nova Scotia Citizens’ Health Care Network is hosting a press conference on Thursday, October 3rd, to announce the group’s rating of each political party’s positions related to public health care.
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Health Care Champion Pledge
candidate in the 62nd General Election in Nova Scotia,
believe in a robust public health care system, where patients are treated based on their need, not on their ability to pay.
I agree that:
Privatization does not create health care workers; it [...]
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Letter to the Editor Printed in The Chronicle Herald, June 18th, 2013
As someone who has worked at Saint Vincent’s Nursing Home, I was disappointed to hear that a new user fee — in the form of parking fees — will now be an added burden for those looking to spend time with loved [...]
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Published in The Chronicle Herald April 21, 2013
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s decision to cut the Health Council of Canada should clear any lingering doubts: the federal government has abandoned all responsibility for health care and is turning its back on the provinces as they struggle to pick up the pieces.
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Halifax, NS – The Nova Scotia Citizen’s Health Care Network is pleased with the provincial budget tabled yesterday in the legislature. The government has provided funding for key initiatives to give Nova Scotians better public health care. Universal dental care was extended for children from age 10 to 13, insulin pumps will be funded for [...]
Continue reading 4/5 Media Release: Health Network Welcomes New Budget: Still Much More to Be Done for Public Health Care
The federal budget tabled today in the House of Commons missed many opportunities to improve public health care and will leave thousands of Canadians waiting for care, says the Nova Scotia Citizen’s Health Care Network.
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