Our leaders should defend the care we all rely on

Paying for health care would be one more thing making this province unaffordable.  For years, for-profit clinic owners like Brian Day have tried bring expensive private care to B.C. Private for-profit clinics benefit a tiny number of people at the expense of the rest of us. We need a government who will defend the care we all rely on. 

In the 2017 election, we're asking the political parties to commit to 5 key actions to improve health care for everyone:  improving seniors care, shortening wait times, increasing access to primary care, ending MSP fees and introducing a strong plan to address poverty. 

Pledge to vote for public health care and show the BC's political parties that you want a government who improves care for everyone, not just the wealthy.

I pledge to vote for a candidate who will strengthen public health care in May 2017


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You sign the pledge joining others in B.C. who have committed to vote for public health care.

We report back to you showing where B.C. candidates and parties stand on key health care issues.

Together, we get out to vote on health care making sure the next government has a mandate to support and strengthen public health care.

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