Author: Dr. Quinte Naturopathic Centre on 21 September 2011
The campaign for the Ontario Provincial Election is underway. The vote will be on Thursday, October 6, 2011. The most recent polls indicate a close election. As a result, your vote can make an important difference in having a government that is supportive of a clear role for naturopathic medicine in the health care system.
What Are the Key Questions To Ask Your Provincial Candidates?
During the run up to the election you may discover an opportunity to discuss these issues in your community. Here are some other ways that you can get involved to make your candidates aware of the importance Naturopathic Medicine plays to create a better health care system.
PRINCE EDWARD-HASTINGS – Candidates for Prince Edward-Hastings — Where to find them
Leona Dombrowsky; Belleville campaign office: 48 Dundas Street West, Unit 2
Phone: 613-962-0539 email: email@example.com
PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE (PC):
Todd Smith; Belleville campaign office: 180 North Front Street (across McDonald’s)
Picton campaign office: 97 Main Street, Unit #13; Phone: 613-920-1144
Madoc office’s phone #: 613-920-1113
Bancroft office’s phone#: 613-318-9565
GREEN PART OF ONTARIO:
Treat Hull; Picton campaign office Phone: 613-476-8700
Hull’s campaign Manager: Deb Simpson; Mobile: 613-503-0117; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherry Hayes; Phone: 613.332.6110; email: email@example.com
Campaign manager: Andy Hanson; Phone: 613-966-0485; Mobile: 613-919-5790; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Coalition Party of Ontario
Neal Ford: 31 Morris Drive, Belleville; Phone:613-962-3327 Mobile:613-970-0133 email: email@example.com
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