Sunday, November 23, 2008

Well, these past two weeks have been a whirlwind of activity.

Working in the legislature, heading up to Sudbury to talk
about the North, and participating at the leader’s debate
hosted by the Ontario New Democratic Youth at this weekend’s
Toronto conference.

And many thanks to the workers at the Hamilton and District
Labour Council for their endorsement.

Next we continue on the campaign trail to Kingston, Cornwall
and Dundas.

Below, I share with you some articles of our media coverage.

NDP leadership contenders debate in Sudbury
By Bill Bradley
November 17, 2008
“If existing doctors are not happy in Sudbury (due to surgery cancellations), how can we expect to attract new ones here,” said Andrea Horwath in a response ...

We need to convince others: MPP
By Angela Scappatura
THE Sudbury Star
Mon, 17 Nov 2008
While McGauley hasn't decided who she will support during the March 7 vote in Hamilton, she is happy to see a woman, Andrea Horwath, in the race. ...

NDP would reinvest in North, leadership hopeful says
Sat, 15 Nov 2008
... time the North got its fair share of royalties currently collected by the provincial government, said Ontario NDP leadership candidate, Andrea Horwath. ...

Little progress on child poverty
Toronto Sun
NOVEMBER 23, 2008
NDP MPP Andrea Horwath said the Ontario government must realize that some people have been living in poverty for decades and the problems will only get ...

High-risk deliveries end if ICU goes: docs
Hamilton Spectator
And Hamilton Centre MPP Andrea Horwath has complained to Ontario's ombudsman. The doctors say they've taken so long to weigh in because they wanted to make ...

The process, and the plan
Hamilton Spectator
Mon, 17 Nov 2008
One is from Hamilton Centre MPP Andrea Horwath about the go-ahead given to the plan by Hamilton Health Sciences to restructure its facilities, including the ...

1 comment:

Jennifer Jilks said...

Andrea, great work in politics! I found your site after visiting Wilf's site.

I noticed you have an interest in Long-Term Care. I have blogged extensively about this. If you want any info or resources, I have put some research in in that area. I worked on the Aging at Home strategy in Muskoka. With the recent big news items (Dec., 2008) I have been trying post comments that tell the real story about home care.