Let's Put Health FirstMonday, October 21
On Election Day let’s work together to put health first.
Check out this report card that grades all federal political Party Platforms announced to date on health issues important to voters leading up to the October 21st election as surveyed by Nanos research and overall.
As further Platform announcements are made the report card will be updated as appropriate.
If you have any questions about this report card please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vote Health First is an awareness campaign, with a supporting website, created to help Canadians have their voices heard regarding important health care issues surrounding the 2019 federal elections and beyond.
We have designed this site to be a one-stop-shop for information exclusively devoted to putting the concerns and needs of Canadian patients first in the upcoming federal election.
The site will be updated regularly and will include, amongst other documents and tools:
- Information about federal-level health issues that are important to all Canadians, specifically Canadian patients;
- Relevant updates about the upcoming election including what the electoral parties are saying about health care;
- Ways for you to get involved.
Content will be updated regularly so check back throughout the next several months. If you wish to receive updates, sign up below.
October 17, 2019
Vote Health First Town Hall in Whitchurch-Stouffville
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Join this public pre-election town hall focused on health in the run up to the federal election. The event will be a robust and thought-provoking engagement with a panel of health care experts and political party representatives on priority health care issues in Canada. You may share your health questions in advance.
What are Canadians Saying?
In light of the upcoming federal election, SYSF commissioned research by Nanos Research to better understand the views of people across Canada around federal health priorities.
It is time for the leaders of each of the federal Parties to prioritize the needs of patients, and announce their commitments that will help to keep people in Canada healthy.