A Culture of Health

Increase Nurse to patient ratios

Increased NURSE TO PATIENT RATIO FROM 5:1 to 3:1 while returning the 100 residency doctor spots cut this year. My Grandfather DR Alan Brown ran Sick Kids for 40 years cutting the infant mortality rate in half by insisting the Premier pasteurized milk BUT also insisted that patients received care SAFE ratios mean patients leave without complications, with minimal pain and alive His Doctors provided the procedures , however ...more »

Submitted by (@timagkelley)

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A Culture of Health

Transform Ontario child care to a universal, affordable, quality childcare system

As their parents did a generation ago, today's Ontario families struggle to find accessible, affordable, quality childcare. The provincial government's commitment and substantial funding is welcome and the right first step for building a system of universal high quality childcare. Now what's needed is the follow-up: affordable, geared-to-income fees; a professional and properly paid child care workforce; public/non-profit ...more »

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Responsive Government

HYDRO DEBT

As a crown corporation the 3 billion dollar debt incurred by the McGuinty government for the 2 failed nuclear plants should not be carried on the books of the corporation but on the books of the Ontario government . As a past Senior Executive for a global corporation our accounting never showed a divisional loss on IE IT div, Distribution , General Operations, Human Resources & Training, Advertising or any other business ...more »

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Strong Sustainable Communities

Keep it in the community

I believe any not for profit services should build there own community before moving to another. Community doors should be free to access for any activity, service or event. Less entrepreneurs and students are taking advantage of connecting with their neighbors because of high cost for the use of community centers. These centers should be free access with a percentage based on earning. Many have great ideas however they ...more »

Submitted by (@iwasakidoncetoo)

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