Fiscal capacity issues

The issue

The creation of conditions for all Ontarians' health and wellness depends in large part on how and how much the federal and provincial governments spend on health care and the social and environmental determinants of health.

What the evidence says
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Take action

Action Alert
An urgent call for more nurse practitioners (NP)
Join our call for more nurse practitioner (NP)-led clinics and attending NPs in long-term care.
Action Alert
Sound the alarm on surging opioid overdose deaths
The COVID-19 pandemic has deepened our province’s opioid overdose crisis.
Action Alert
National standards for long-term care (LTC) are needed now
Let Prime Minister Justin Trudeau know that Canada needs national standards for LTC now!

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Get involved. Use the following hashtags on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to participate in the dialogue about fiscal capacity issues: #onpoli, #ONBudget, #cdnpoli and #cdnbudget

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Fiscal capacity policy documents

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RNAO's response to the provincial budget 2021/2022 

The 2021/2022 provincial budget fails to deliver urgent nursing investments to care for Ontarians and sustain the profession during and after the pandemic.

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Federal pre-budget submission

RNAO drafted a set of recommendations for the federal government in its pre-budget submission. The submission's focus is on taming the pandemic and planning for a just recovery for all Canadians, especially those most vulnerable.

READ SUBMISSION

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Media release: Response to federal budget 2021

RNAO's response to the federal government's 2021 budget.

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