Princeton Save Our Hospital to host public forum, invites Premier Clark to attend

A public forum is being held to discuss solutions to Princeton's health care problems on June 21 at the Riverside Centre at 7 p.m.

A public forum is being held to discuss solutions to Princeton’s health care problems on June 21 at the Riverside Centre at 7 p.m.

The Princeton Save Our Hospital Coalition has invited the following people to take part:

Christy Clark, Premier of British Columbia

Michael de Jong, BC minister of health

Adrian Dix, leader of the opposition,

Mike Farnworth, NDP health critic

Harry Lali, MLA

Dr. Robert Halpenny, CEO Interior Health

Charlotte Mitchell, Chief of Upper Similkameen Indian Band

Jason Earle, Acting Mayor of Princeton

Brad Hope, RDOS Area H director

So far, MLA Harry Lali, RDOS Area H director Brad Hope and Interior Health representative Andrew Neuner have confirmed they are attending, said Save Our Hospital president Spencer Coyne.

“The office of the premier has indicated that Premier Clarke is unable to attend but we are urging her to send a representative of her government,” he said.

 

 

 

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