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"We are urging the Ontario government to work with us and the more than 24,000 frontline LTC staff we represent to establish a mandatory minimum hours of direct care for residents and additional funding to allow long-term care facilities to be staffed sufficiently."
"We are urging the Ontario government to work with us and the more than 24,000 frontline LTC staff we represent to establish a mandatory minimum hours of direct care for residents and additional funding to allow long-term care facilities to be staffed sufficiently."
01 Feb 2019

Long-Term Care Facilities Facing “Epidemic”

“We are urging the Ontario government to work with us and the more than 24,000 frontline LTC staff we represent to establish a mandatory minimum hours of direct care for residents and additional funding to allow long-term care facilities to be staffed sufficiently.”

Richmond Hill, Ont. (October 12, 2018) - Close to 150 paramedics employed by County of Lambton Emergency Medical Services will be working under their Essential Service Agreement starting at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, October 13. This comes after months of stalled negotiations with their employer.
Richmond Hill, Ont. (October 12, 2018) - Close to 150 paramedics employed by County of Lambton Emergency Medical Services will be working under their Essential Service Agreement starting at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, October 13. This comes after months of stalled negotiations with their employer.
12 Oct 2018

Lambton Paramedics to Implement Essential Services Agreement

Richmond Hill, Ont. (October 12, 2018) – Close to 150 paramedics employed by County of Lambton Emergency Medical Services will be working under their Essential Service Agreement starting at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, October 13. This comes after months of stalled negotiations with their employer.

The Municipality of Chatham-Kent will be adding 12 hours of ambulance coverage per day following SEIU Healthcare's—a union which represents paramedics in the region—campaign that brought awareness of the community's need for increased emergency coverage services.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent will be adding 12 hours of ambulance coverage per day following SEIU Healthcare's—a union which represents paramedics in the region—campaign that brought awareness of the community's need for increased emergency coverage services.
17 Jul 2018

Chatham-Kent Council Increases Emergency Services

The Municipality of Chatham-Kent will be adding 12 hours of ambulance coverage per day following SEIU Healthcare’s—a union which represents paramedics in the region—campaign that brought awareness of the community’s need for increased emergency coverage services.

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