This event will be livestreamed so if you can’t attend in person, simply save the following link and on March 28th you can watch and participate via your computer: https://redtreeproductions.clickmeeting.com/toronto-pre-election-town-hall-major-health-concerns-for-ontarians
If you can attend, please proceed to register and join us for a robust and thought provoking engagement with a panel of health care experts and political party representatives on priority health care issues in Ontario. Dialogue on the just-released 2018 Ontario budget can determine further areas of focus.
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm ET
Canadian Broadcasting Centre
250 Front Street West
Toronto, ON M5V3G5
* André Picard, a health reporter and columnist at the Globe and Mail and an author, who has been honoured for this dedication to improving health care
* Louise Binder, a very active health policy consultant residing in Ontario, who has received numerous awards for her activities in representing patient interests
* Phil Upshall, a member of CEADM’s (Canadians for Equitable Access to Depression Medication) national leadership team and Senior Policy Advisor to Mood Disorders Society of Canada
* Zal Press who has lived with Crohn’s disease for over 30 years and began his busy patient advocacy career 7 years ago, establishing the PatientCommando organization
* Anne Marie Cerato, a lung cancer patient with firsthand experience of Ontario’s health care system and an active volunteer with Lung Cancer Canada
* Brianne Moore, a member of CEADM and a long-time mental health advocate who was The Royal Ottawa’s 2015 Inspiration Award winner
The outcome of the town hall will result in defining specific requests of political parties in advance of the upcoming 42nd Ontario election on June 7th.