May 17, 2024
Premier Doug Ford’s 2024 Budget and Attendant Care

We are pleased to note that the Premier’s 2024 budget requests that the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) review the Professional Services Guideline and the Attendant Care Guideline and consider updating these guidelines contingent upon their findings.

We have prepared a template to express gratitude to the Premier for this positive step and to request his direct involvement in overseeing the FRSA’s review and update process.

We invite you to consider copying the template into and email, making any desired changes, and forwarding to the Premier and Minister of Finance.

Please click here for a copy of the template:  Attendant Care 2024 Budget Template Doug Ford.

Here are Premier Ford’s and Minister Bethlenfalvy’s email addresses:

doug.fordco@pc.ola.org; Minister.fin@ontario.ca

We believe that we should demonstrate to the Premier and Minister of Finance that Health Care and Legal Professionals are committed to the cause of Accident Benefits and stand united.

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