Katherine Millington published Make Revera Public: take action in Make Revera Public 2021-04-07 09:21:11 -0400
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Low-quality health care for our seniors must not be a source of profit for our pensions.
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We are all heartbroken by the devastating loss of life in long-term care facilities during the pandemic. We were shocked to learn that the Public Service Pension (PSP) plan is the sole owner of Revera Inc – a company that runs long-term care facilities for profit.
These private facilities continue to see much higher rates of COVID infection and death than the public facilities.
We don’t want our pension to make money this way.2,705 pledges
Revera long-term care facilities must be made public to protect the lives of seniors.
Black public service professionals face unique challenges in the workplace. The federal government knows that Black and racialized workers are under-represented in the workplace. PIPSC is committed to addressing the issues facing Black and racialized public service professionals thanks to the work of our labour relations service, our Black Caucus, and our Human Rights and Diversity Committee.Share Your Story
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