Media Advisory: Groups Come Together to Launch Campaign to Save Local Health Care Services

Media Advisory: Groups Come Together to Launch Campaign to Save Local Health Care Services

Attention: Assignment Editor  
CHATHAM, Ontario, Oct. 08, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Groups from across Southwestern Ontario are announcing the launch of a major campaign to culminate in a large-scale event in Chatham to save vital local health care services.When: Thursday, October 10 at 10 a.m.Where: Outside Municipality of Chatham-Kent Civic Centre, 315 King St. W. Chatham, ONWho:
Karen Bertrand, Vice President, Ontario Nurses’ Association
Mike Byrne, National Representative, Unifor
Natalie Mehra, Executive Director, Ontario Health Coalition
Conrad Noel, Save Our Sydenham
Beth-Ann Cook, Co-Chair, Wallaceburg Walpole Island First Nation Health Coalition
Linda Reaume, President, Chatham-Kent Labour Council
Shirley Roebuck, Co-Chair, Chatham-Kent Health Coalition
and others to be confirmed.
For more information: Shirley Roebuck, co-chair, Chatham-Kent Health Coalition (226) 402-2724; Natalie Mehra, executive director, Ontario Health Coalition (416) 230-6402.
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