Some of us know families with grown children training to be medical professionals, born in Canada but training in the U.S. and abroad, who cannot find spots to finish their M.D. in Canada and begin working here at home, in their own country. The above link takes you to an advocacy group dedicated to changing this situation. Canada needs more doctors, especially our own sons and daughters born and wanting to practice in Canada. Perhaps this could form the basis of a policy resolution at some point in the future.
We at the Federal Senior Liberals Commission would like to wish all of you, our readers, our contributors and members – the Seniors Reps, the other members of the Executive and other Committee members and all BC Seniors a full and joyous Holiday Season. We all know how difficult daily life is at the moment, has been for quiet awhile and may be for some time yet – still, we are all capable of finding Joy. We hope that we might have the comfort of family and friends, but if that is not possible then we hope you will look at the many blessings that you do have – and celebrate them deep in your heart.
We wish all of you Joy – eventually !!!
Senior Liberals Commission.
As part of TELUS’s Mobility for Good For Seniors program, effective tomorrow, seniors receiving the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) will be eligible for:
· A free smartphone
· A $25/month plan that includes unlimited nationwide talk and text and 3GB of data
· Contract-free; seniors can cancel at any time without incurring additional fees
Taxes apply; certain features are extra (eg. roaming, subscription and premium messages) Visit the link below for details.
AND this just in …
We hear from Luke Lewandowski that Shaw Cable has an even better offer – seniors who would like a better deal on their phone use should contact Shaw Cable and inquire about their special cellphone plan for seniors.
No word on exactly what the format will be, but check the link for as much information as possible – we are told there will be more updates soon.
National Communications Committee has provided different ways for SRLs to communicate. Please go to Documents using your password to access.
Hosted by the Globe & Mail: (No, you do not have to subscribe to the paper.)
If you are appalled at the cost of food and wondering how fresh and safe much of our meat, vegetables and other staples really is – this FREE webcast is something you might want to join.
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As you may have already learned, a guaranteed income was voted as the top policy resolution. The second round of voting is now open. Log in to the National Liberal Policy Hub at www.polilib.ca and take part as is your right, to go further in the selection process. Open to senior registered Liberals. Participate in the policy selection process. It is Liberalism at its finest and an example of democracy in action.