'We didn't start the fire': Ontario's long-term care minister says after damning AG report 1

‘We didn’t start the fire’: Ontario’s long-term care minister says after damning AG report

 

Ontario's auditor general says long-term care homes were poorly prepared for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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19 comments

  1. Ontario’s privately owned homes Haze been houses of horror for years! I’d probably send my elders to the city pound before a long term don’t care home

  2. You may not have started the fires but. YOU ARE the FIREMEN ON DUTY AND IT WAS YOUR JOB TO PUT IT OUT CLEAN It ALL UP And YOU promised improvements to staffing standards to ensure or better safety better care and better nutrition for the residents
    You HAVE DONE LITTLE TO NOTHING YOU AND are INDEED HAVING SAME PROBLEMS AND YOU START MOVING RESIDENTS back in: :(you’ll never move them shson::::)
    You are. Setting yourself up for a whole bunch of.endemics until the next round
    YOU ARE NOT THE WOMAN FOR THE JOB YOU WONT STAND UP TO FORD AND do your job

  3. For years they’ve been forcing welfare recipients to take a community college course as personal support workers or they will not get a welfare check. Alot of these care workers are not professional and probably would not be there if not for being forced into it through the welfare system.

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