Open main menu

UmbraXenu β

'Canada Proud' Donor's For-Profit 'Virtual Health' Service is Lobbying Doug Ford For a COVID-19 Contract - 2020-05-29

F0.png 'Canada Proud' Donor's For-Profit 'Virtual Health' Service is Lobbying Doug Ford For a COVID-19 Contract May 29, 2020, PressProgress

A private, for-profit "virtual" healthcare company has formally registered to lobby Ontario Premier Doug Ford and several top ministers about securing a contract to deliver COVID-19 related health services.

Inliv, a Calgary-based for-profit healthcare company that offers "virtual" health services, is owned by Coril Holdings, a corporation that donated $50,000 to the third party advertiser "Canada Proud" during last year's federal election, accounting for a big chunk of the right-wing group's overall funding.

Canada Proud is the federal cousin of Ontario Proud, a group that supported Ontario Premier Doug Ford during the 2018 provincial election.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | title = 'Canada Proud' Donor's For-Profit 'Virtual Health' Service is Lobbying Doug Ford For a COVID-19 Contract | url = https://pressprogress.ca/canada-proud-donors-for-profit-virtual-health-service-is-lobbying-doug-ford-for-a-covid-19-contract/ | work = PressProgress | date = May 29, 2020 | accessdate = June 1, 2020 }}