30 Sep Media Advisory: Health Network to Grade Party Platforms
Media Advisory- Photo Opportunity
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.
Thursday, October 3rd
Joanna B. Oosterveld Centre
2103 Gottingen Street
Ratings are based on details in the respective platforms as well as responses to a questionnaire the Network distributed to each party at the beginning of the current campaign. Members of the Health Network will be joined by the chair and the new Executive Director of the North End Community Clinic.
The Network is encouraging voters to consider the needs and challenges in the health care system and vote based on which parties and candidates will protect, strengthen, and extend public health care.
For more information, contact:
Nova Scotia Citizen’s Health Care Network
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, women’s organizations, students, and individuals dedicated to protecting and extending public health care to include services like pharmacare, dental care, long-term care, mental health care and home care.
The Network is political but non-partisan and receives no government funding.