No one voted for deep cuts to health care.
But that’s what Jason Kenney is doing.

Jason Kenney and the UCP government are cutting thousands of frontline health-care workers and trying to privatize vital services.

Hurting patient care and forcing families to wait longer.

And while he cuts our health care, he’s handing out billions in corporate tax giveaways.

Jason Kenney just doesn’t share the priorities of Alberta’s families

Health matters to all of us. And we all deserve the best care possible for ourselves and our loved ones. Our health-care system is already stretched. We need to invest in health care, not cut it and privatize it. We need to listen to the experts in health care when they say cutting and privatizing will put patients at risk. And we need to support them so they have the time and resources to give patients the care they deserve.

Because nothing matters more than your health.

Health matters
to all of us.
Let’s not put it at risk.
Let’s make it better.

Campaign News

Media Release: HSAA is putting the heart back in health care for Valentine’s Day

For Immediate Release February 4, 2020 Edmonton – HSAA has released a new line of valentine cards that all Albertans concerned about the future of health care can access and send to the current premier, his cabinet and all government MLAs. “It’s long past time we put the heart back in health care,” said HSAA Vice-President, Trudy Thomson. “At Valentine’s, we spend a lot of time thinking with our hearts. We are asking the current government to consider…

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Media Release: Kenney privatizing front-line public health-care professionals, putting profit above patient care

For Immediate Release November 29, 2019 As members of the United Conservative Party gather in Calgary for their annual general meeting, Jason Kenney is breaking his promise not to compromise front-line public health-care services in Alberta. HSAA has been served notice by Alberta Precision Labs it is seeking interest from private third-parties to take over parts of lab services in Alberta. This could affect 850 full-time equivalent positions (FTEs). The current government also intends to consider…

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