Islanders Need Help Now from King Government

People are still hurting from the devastating effects from Hurricane Fiona. While the storm has been an unprecedented event and the efforts by all those working to restore power is immensely appreciated, tens of thousands of Islanders have  yet to be re-connected almost a week since Fiona struck. “People need help now, every household in…

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More Private Health Care Doesn’t Fix The Crisis

We are worried about the growing list of Islanders who can’t get a family doctor, the escalating issue of Emergency Room closures, and the increasing response times for ambulances from one end of the province to the other. Statements made by the three Conservative Maritime Premiers during their meeting with Conservative Ontario Premier Doug Ford,…

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Rural Healthcare Broken by King Government

The closure of the Collaborative Emergency Centre (CEC) at Western Hospital until at least September 15, with no reassurance of its reopening is the latest failure of the King government to provide necessary health services to rural Islanders. In February this year, a West Prince man died while waiting for more than an hour for an ambulance. The King government…

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