Provincial funding cut to Dryden hospital will climb to $1.25 million by 2023 under Ford Conservatives

DRYDEN, ON – Patient access to hospital care and services will be greatly diminished if the Doug Ford Conservatives move forward with future real funding cuts to health care that, in 2023, will climb to $1.25 million for the Dryden Regional Health Centre. Looking at detailed fiscal information from Ontario’s financial accountability office and the…

Provincial funding cut to Thunder Bay hospitals will climb to $55.6 million by 2023 under Ford Conservatives

THUNDER BAY, ON – Patient access to hospital care and services will be greatly diminished if the Doug Ford Conservatives move forward with future real funding cuts to health care that, in 2023, will climb to $55.6 million for Thunder Bay area hospitals. Looking at detailed fiscal information from Ontario’s financial accountability office and the…

Sault hospitals’ funding cut will climb to $26.5 million by 2023 under Ford Conservatives

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – Patient access to hospital care and services will be greatly diminished if the Doug Ford Conservatives move forward with future real funding cuts to health care that, in 2023, will climb to $26.5 million for Sault Ste. Marie area hospitals. Looking at detailed fiscal information from Ontario’s financial accountability office…

Dryden patients, hospital face grim future under years of Conservative funding cuts: CUPE to release projected shortfalls to 2023

DRYDEN, ON – Although Dryden’s population is aging, Ontario’s Conservative government is planning multiple years of deep budget cuts to the Dryden Regional Health Centre. “What’s coming will be bigger because the cuts compound,” says Michael Hurley, the president of the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU). Hurley will hold a media conference at 10:00…

North Bay hospital’s funding cut will climb to $32 million by 2023 under Ford Conservatives

NORTH BAY, ON – Patient access to hospital care and services will be greatly diminished if the Doug Ford Conservatives move forward with future funding cuts to health care that, in 2023, will climb to $32 million for North Bay’s regional hospital. Looking at detailed fiscal information from Ontario’s financial accountability office and the provincial…

Thunder Bay patients, hospitals face grim future under years of Conservative funding cuts: CUPE to release projected shortfalls to 2023

THUNDER BAY, ON – Although Thunder Bay’s population is aging, Ontario’s Conservative government is planning multiple years of deep budget cuts to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) and the hospital component of the St. Joseph’s Care Group. “What’s coming will be bigger because the cuts compound,” says Michael Hurley, the president of…

Sault Ste. Marie patients, hospitals face grim future under years of Conservative funding cuts: CUPE to release projected shortfalls to 2023

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – Although Sault Ste. Marie’s population is aging, Ontario’s Conservative government is planning multiple years of deep budget cuts to the area hospitals. “What’s coming will be bigger because the cuts compound,” says Michael Hurley, the president of the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU). Hurley will hold a media conference…

North Bay patients, hospital face grim future under years of Conservative funding cuts: CUPE to release projected shortfalls to 2023

NORTH BAY, ON – Although North Bay’s population is aging, on average, higher than some Ontario communities, Ontario’s Conservative government is planning multiple years of deep budget cuts to the North Bay Regional Health Centre (NBRHC). “What’s coming will be bigger because the cuts compound,” says Michael Hurley, the president of the Ontario Council of…

CUPE Ontario President, Fred Hahn takes province wide campaign Communities Not Cuts to Windsor

WINDSOR, ON— Fred Hahn, President of CUPE Ontario has brought their Communities not Cuts campaign to Windsor today to speak to over 400 health care workers and paramedics. This province-wide initiative brings together public sector workers and communities in a fightback against the Ford Conservative government’s all out attack on Ontario’s public services and the…

CUPE education workers ready to defend students’ education services against Ford government cuts

TORONTO, ON – Against a backdrop of crowded classrooms, fewer opportunities for learning and less support for students, Ontario education workers represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) have voted in record numbers to deliver a strike mandate of 93 percent in favor of job action, as part of the fight to protect…