Ontario Premier Ford and union head at odds over long-term care inspections

Ontario Premier Ford and union head at odds over long-term care inspections 1

 

Ontario Public Service Employees Union's Smokey Thomas responds to Premier Ford's claim regarding the province's long-term care inspectors.

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10 Comments on "Ontario Premier Ford and union head at odds over long-term care inspections"

  1. Butch Atkinson | May 28, 2020 at 9:53 PM | Reply

    We elected Ford. The union are pirates trying to steal even more. Privatize the whole thing.

  2. loved it

  3. Siberian Cossack | May 28, 2020 at 9:55 PM | Reply

    Are the unions also part of the plandemic?

  4. bob carlsson | May 28, 2020 at 9:59 PM | Reply

    1 inspector inspecting 4 homes. Overworked??? GFYS

  5. Gord Campbell | May 28, 2020 at 9:59 PM | Reply

    Both you guys are dumping up the blame game. This crap has gone on a long time. Don’t care whose fault. Fix it. Its Ford’s fault. Its the union’s fault. Its the private owner/operators that run these death camps. Fix it. Now.

    • Well said Gord Campbell.
      We Need to stop pointing fingers. And do the fixing.
      NOT TO LONG A GO ALL THE STAFF IN MARKHAM LONG – term CARE HOME LEFT SO WHO SHOULD WE BLAM !!!!

  6. Who owns the care homes are they being scanned for criminal charges?also are the workers being scanned for criminal charges? Also to are the workers illegal immigrants coming through from Roxham road

  7. Don’t trust the unions

  8. Stop blaming each other just get busy and do something

  9. Ab Norm Al Comment | May 28, 2020 at 10:52 PM | Reply

    I agree… the homes were unprepared for a pandemic… The government and Health authorities never told them … that is where the blame lies… Otherwise 95% operated very well I believe…

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