SASKATOON - Official Opposition Critic for Seniors Matt Love called the recent COVID-19 outbreak at Extendicare Preston in Saskatoon - which has claimed the lives of at least three residents - both predictable and preventable, and only heightens the concerns about Extendicare’s record in Saskatchewan as the only for-profit long-term care operator in the province.
REGINA - Official Opposition Critic for Seniors Matt Love called on the Sask. Party government to act as Extendicare continues to pay out dividends to shareholders despite the shocking loss of life at Extendicare Parkside in Regina.
NDP calls for consistent plan after care home residents have names drawn from hat for vaccination
REGINA - The Sask. Party government’s failure to plan ahead has been negatively affecting people since the pandemic began. Insufficient testing, slow contact tracing, the worst back to school plan in the country and now a chaotic and inconsistent vaccine roll out have left the people of this province worried and confused.
People deserve to know if their personal health records have been accessed
SASKATOON - The recent serious security breach for Saskatchewan’s e-health records highlights the Sask Party government’s failure to keep people’s personal health information secure and private. The government has been slow to identify and acknowledge the breach publicly and appear not to be pursuing any more information on who was affected.
NDP motion seeking answers on care home deaths defeated
Today, Sask. Party MLAs voted against a motion at the Standing Committee on Public Accounts that called on the Provincial Auditor to do a special investigation of the COVID-19 outbreak at Extendicare Parkside in Regina.
We’re on a difficult journey together. We all need to be looking at the same map: Meili
REGINA - Official Opposition Leader Ryan Meili today called on the Government to release previously withheld weekly COVID-19 modelling data and to commit to open and transparent information on hospitalizations, testing, and vaccine delivery.