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Coalition of families, health-care organizations declare crisis in Ontario’s LTC homes

Coalition of families, health-care organizations declare crisis in Ontario’s LTC homes (January 23, 2021) By: Megan Delarie, Toronto.com Group says the reality of long-term care homes is not how the Ford government portrays it. A coalition of 100 health-care organizations and relatives of long-term care residents is accusing the provincial government of downplaying what it […]

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Long-term care in crisis

Long-term care in crisis (January 24, 2021) By: Jodi Lundmark, Chronicle Journal Debbie Shubat’s mother Amy is 92 years old and has dementia, and she’s a resident of Southbridge Roseview long-term care home. “I can’t stop thinking about her,” said Shubat during a virtual press conference held by the Ontario Health Coalition on Friday. “I […]

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Experts’ Scathing Letter Decries ‘Humanitarian Crisis’ In Ontario Care Homes

Experts’ Scathing Letter Decries ‘Humanitarian Crisis’ In Ontario Care Homes (January 26, 2021) By: Emma Pauling, Huffpost Canada TORONTO — More than 200 doctors and researchers are calling for immediate action to quell COVID-19 outbreaks in Ontario’s nursing homes, describing current conditions as “a grave humanitarian crisis.” “We’re just so appalled by what’s going on,” […]

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Ontario’s Care Crisis /w Natalie Mehra

Ontario’s Care Crisis /w Natalie Mehra (January 26, 2021) By: The Scarlet Standard The Scarlet Standard · Episode 8 – Ontario’s Care Crisis Ft. Natalie Mehra In this episode we are joined by Natalie Mehra, executive director of the Ontario Health Coalition (OHC). We discuss the ongoing crisis in Ontario’s private long term care system, […]

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Inspection reports from Hamilton’s biggest and deadliest COVID outbreak

Inspection reports from Hamilton’s biggest and deadliest COVID outbreak (January 28, 2021) By: Joanna Frketich & Maria Iqbal, The Hamilton Spectator Public health inspections revealed issues with Grace Villa’s staffing, cleaning and infection control during the city’s worst and deadliest outbreak of COVID-19. But ensuring residents had proper care was beyond the department’s scope, so […]

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