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A Night at the Movies Part 3

The saga or the war rages on.  I thought I would update what happened since the last post about the ongoing issue with Carmike Theaters and Captions. 740 more words

Hearing Aids

Keep up the fight for health care

Re: A lot of questions, opinion column by Anne Jarvis, Nov. 30.
Re: Innovative plan could save Leamington’s obstetrics unit, by Julie Kotsis, Dec. 3. 415 more words

Letters

The Star's View: Time to audit CCACs and the LHINs

Auditor general Bonnie Lysyk will release her annual report on Tuesday, and among the 12 value-for-money audits will be one that assesses palliative care in Ontario. 440 more words

Opinion

Home care should be a priority

Re: Home-care patients around the province getting cut off from minimum services, workers say, by Derek Spalding, Nov. 26.

I cannot believe the managers and executive director of CCAC as well as administrators of the LHIN are skimming such a large percentage of the health care dollars for our area as their salaries. 181 more words

Letters

Look after our elderly

Re: More CCAC money won’t stop questions, Star editorial, Nov. 29.

I could not agree with you more that the problems at CCAC run too deep to believe money alone will solve it. 107 more words

Letters

Sustainable home care needed

Re: Home care agency gets $4.1 million bailout, by Derek Spalding, Nov. 27.

There is increasing recognition by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and other health system partners, of the essential role of home and community care in a high-functioning health system. 253 more words

Letters

How will seniors cope?

Re: No one talking about cuts, opinion column by Anne Jarvis, Nov. 26.

Anne Jarvis is a superb writer. I loved everything about today’s column (“turtling” was delicious) and every point she made should have the cowardly board of the CCAC writhing in embarrassment. 176 more words

Letters