In this time of an unprecedented health-care crisis, we must recognize how crucial a new hospital is needed to serve the growing Windsor-Essex community.
The hospital staff who are risking their lives day in and day out must not be used in a game of political chess.
I was born in Windsor. My children were born in Windsor. I have lived here and paid taxes my entire life. I want to see the community I love be given the access to the proper health care we as Canadians deserve.
I lost my sister during this pandemic to COVID-19 and couldn’t visit her in ICU to say goodbye. Her children and grandchildren could not say goodbye.
We have to live knowing it was the health-care workers on the front line that were able to show the compassion to a lonely family member in her final moments.
They deserve the proper facilities to care for our citizens in good times and bad times.
Lynda Lev, Windsor
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