From hydro and healthcare to senior care and education, privatization is a creeping threat affecting the important public services we rely on every day.
The LCBO provides $2.4 billion annually to pay for important public services in Ontario.
Selling-off Hydro One puts short term windfalls before long term gains — and 83% of Ontarians oppose the sale.
Privatization is creeping into our public health care system. But when profit comes before patients, we all lose.
Rising costs and safety concerns have the public and governments taking notice of P3 schools across Canada.
Public colleges are privatizing everything from food services to the curriculum. Students are paying the price.
Cost overruns, corruption, security lapses, and poor inmate treatment have private prisons facing a public backlash.
The new “passport program” for Ontarians with developmental disabilities gives public dollars to private companies.
When private companies take over public infrastructure projects, costs go up while quality and safety decline.
Demand for long-term care is increasing. Private senior care leads to less staff security, transparency and quality.
When transit services remain public, service decisions are made based on public need instead of private profit.
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