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IFH cuts – HAMILTON day of action – June 18th 2012 – please circulate widely June 12, 2012

Posted by hamiltonmuslims in News.
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> On June 30th, 2012
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> Refugees will face drastic cuts to their health insurance
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> Children will no longer be able to get their asthma medications
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> Diabetics will no longer be able to take their insulin
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> Many refugees will no longer have access to health care
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> Join your colleagues in Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and other cities
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> National Day of Action

for Refugee Health Care

June. 18th, at 1pm

Hamilton location: The CIC building at 55 Bay Street North (at York St)

For more details see: www.doctorsforrefugeecare.ca/

Risking the lives of Canada’s most vulnerable is unacceptable to us.

Join the following in opposing these cuts:

College of Family Physicians of Canada

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Canadian Association of Optometrists,

Canadian Association of Social Workers,

Canadian Dental Association,

Canadian Medical Association,

Canadian Nurses Association,

Canadian Pharmacists Association

Canadian Association of Community Health Centres

Sign the petition at http://www.change.org/petitions/stop-the-cuts-to-healthcare-for-refugees-in-canada

Join us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/RefugeeHealthCare?ref=tn_tnmn

Although the perspective of front-line health care workers will be highlighted in this action,

all are welcome to come and show their opposition to the cuts.

All health care workers should wear a lab coat or greens.

Please see the attached letter for more details.

Hamilton Day of action letter-Final-May25.docx

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