Monthly Archives August 2016

Victory For Doctors & Patients

Ontario doctors have voted to reject a tentative physician services agreement by a margin of 63.1 per cent against to 36.9 per cent in favour.

Ontario doctors stood up for themselves and rejected a deeply flawed PSA, one that was vague, cut funding, and threatened our independence.



Ontario doctors stood up for their patients against a government that continues to undermine our already fragile health care system. The Coalition enthusiastically welcomes the result of yesterday’s vote as victory for physicians and patients, alike.

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Watch Our New Coalition Video

Watch our New Video



We've produced an informative new video explaining some of most critical reasons Ontario doctors should vote to reject the OMA's proposed PSA. Check it out: Made up your mind?  Learn how to vote online or by phone today. Learn more

Step by Step: How To Vote PSA

Vote No Now | Read How the Coalition can Help Make it Easy

Please note in order to email/fax, you need to use the proxy sent to you by mail. The cut-off time is Friday, August 12, 2016 at 12:00pm. 

1) CALL 1-888-518-6805 (RECOMMENDED)

2) If voting by INTERNET (RECOMMENDED):

 Go to www.investorvote.com Learn more

Judge: "Sneaky" OMA Tactics

“The resolution with respect to the 2016 PSA, however, is not the only matter before the general meeting and it seems unfair and confusing if not somewhat sneaky for the OMA to make no recommendation about the other matters…” Justice Perrell Learn more

Urgent: PSA Proxies All Invalidated

PROXIES HAVE BEEN INVALIDATED BY THE ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE.   PLEASE HOLD OFF ON VOTING UNTIL YOU RECEIVE THE NEW FORM OF PROXY IN THE MAIL OR EMAIL.

VOTE NO TO THE PSA

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Dr. G. Peter Raaphorst Gold Medal Award

OAR’s CBMD Program Chief Medical Physicist, Dr. G. Peter Raaphorst Awarded Prestigious Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists’ Gold Medal for 2016

G. Peter Raaphorst, MSc, PhD, FCCPM, Chief Medical Physicist for the OAR Canadian Bone Mineral Densitometry Facility Accreditation Program has been awarded the Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists’ (COMP) highest award, the prestigious Gold Medal.

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