|Friends of Medicare traveled to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, on July 24th and 25th to join the Canadian Health Coalition (CHC) and other allies for a summit to call for the Harper government to renew the federal health accord expiring this year.|
|(L-R) Adrienne Selnicki, Health Care Campaigner for the Council of Canadians, Joel French, Office Manager for Friends of Medicare, and Sandra Azocar, Executive Director of Friends of Medicare.
New poll carries stark warning to Harper: Four in ten Canadians willing to change their vote if there is no national plan for the future of health care
(NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ON) - Canadians are clear in their desire that Prime Minister Stephen Harper call a First Ministers meeting to discuss the future of health care. Many of them are also prepared to change their party support if the federal party they currently support fails to present a plan for the future of health care. This according to the results of a survey conducted on behalf of the Canadian Health Coalition by Nanos Research.Read more