Bill 33 was unanimously passed at second reading at Queen’s Park on November 2.
Bill 33, the Time to Care Act, gives long term care residents a minimum of 4 hours of hands on care each day.
Currently in Ontario long term care residents receive on average 6 minutes of care each day.
How long does it take you to get ready in the morning?
Residents in long-term care facilities in Ontario only get 6 minutes. This means that residents in long term care facilities aren’t getting the care they need and workers are rushed off their feet. Take the 6 minute challenge- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXMI7XOGSJQ
Email your MPP today at https://cupe.on.ca/campaigns/time-to-care-long-term-care/
Unifor Local 88 Union In Politics Chairperson, Colleen Wake, is in Toronto this week to lobby MPP’s for this change.