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Moncton Pre-Election Town Hall: Major Health Concerns LIVESTREAM

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What do you want for the future of New Brunswick Health Care?

Please join us in person at the NBCC campus in Moncton for this engaging and thought provoking town hall to share your calls to action of provincial political party candidates on health and mental health care issues that matter to you and fellow New Brunswickers. Copy and paste this link into your internet browser to register if you can make it https://www.eventbrite.com/e/moncton-pre-election-town-hall-major-health-concerns-for-new-brunswickers-tickets-47357338073

If you are unable to attend this town hall in person, please register now to join this town hall online, via the comfort of your home or local coffee shop,

Click on or copy and paste this link into your internet browser on July 31st at 6:00 pm to attend this livestreamed event online.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2PL4hi-z8g

Be inspired. Voice your concerns and questions.

Hear from:

* André Picard, one of Canada’s top health and public policy observers and commentators. He is the health columnist at The Globe and Mail, where he has been a staff writer for more than 30 years. He is also the author of numerous books and has received much acclaim for his writing and for his dedication to improving healthcare. In 2010, he was awarded a National Newspaper Award as Canada’s top newspaper columnist.

* Stéphane Robichaud, CEO of the New Brunswick Health Council,

* Louise Binder, Save Your Skin Foundation, a very active health policy consultant, who has received numerous awards for her activities in representing patient interests over a span of 30 years

* Linda Wilhelm, the President of The Canadian Arthritis Patient Alliance, a National, grass-roots, volunteer, patient-driven organization. Linda has been living with Rheumatoid Arthritis for 35 years

* Three people with lived experience representing cancer, arthritis and mental health conditions, who will share their interactions with New Brunswick's health care system and calls to action of political candidates to improve patient outcomes and experiences

* Representatives from political parties will provide a short address and respond to questions

This is a non-partisan event and is not a political debate.

The outcome of this town hall will result in defining specific requests of political parties in advance of the upcoming 39th New Brunswick election on September 24th.

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