There are a lot of changes taking place to our health care system in Northumberland County and across the province. Author Stephen Skyvington just released a book called This May Hurt a Bit: reinventing Canada's health care system. It provides some critical insights into the system and what should be done to make it better. He is my guest on this edition of Consider This Northumberland.
Northumberland County council recently approved a $123 million budget. For the average homeowner, that is going to be an $18 increase to the county’s portion of your tax bill.
But what is it you actually get for those taxes you pay to the county? Well, today I have Northumberland County Warden John Logel in the studio to help explain all that. Please join me at noon today on Northumberland 89.7 FM.
Northumberland County recently released its 2018 State of Homelessness Study.
Green Wood Coalition Community Director David Sheffield discusses the alarming contents of the report, but also shares some of the struggles and successes taking place in the community around this critical issue.
Karen Taylor, public health nurse with the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit, talking about men’s health as part of Movember, an international fundraising project to support the physical and mental health of men around the world.
A new current affairs show called Consider This Northumberland airs at 12 noon Fridays. Robert Washburn examines issues facing our community with people on the front lines, as well as those behind the scenes.
In it’s premiere episode Rob sits down with Northumberland-Peterborough South MP Kim Rudd.