May 29, 2014
What: The CARP Debate – Ontario Votes 2014 on Goldhawk Fights Back
When: Friday, May 30th 11:30 am 1:00 pm
Media Availability – 1:00 pm
Where: AM 740 Studio at the ZoomerPlex [Liberty Village]
70 Jefferson Avenue
Parking buzz at North gate to parking lot
Who: Liberals Charles Sousa
Progressive Conservatives Christine Elliott
NDP Cheri DiNovo
Host: Dale Goldhawk, host Goldhawk Fights Back
Moderator: Susan Eng, VP Advocacy for CARP
Broadcast: LIVE on AM 740
Open to media
contact: Sarah Park [email protected],ca 416-607-2471 mobile: 416-569-0981
The candidates will debate issues that affect the quality of life for Canadians as we age including healthcare, retirement security, continuing care, elder abuse and older workers – issues that particularly resonate with CARP members, among Ontario’s most politically engaged voters.
The debate will be aired live on AM 740 and livestream on carp.ca. CARP members will be in the studio audience and the livestream will be watched by the CARP members throughout Ontario. Listeners can call in to ask questions to representatives at 1-866-740-4740 (toll free).
CARP has 200,000 members in Ontario and 36 local chapters.
CARP is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to advocating for a New Vision of Aging for Canada, social change that will bring financial security, equitable access to health care and freedom from discrimination. CARP seeks to ensure that the marketplace serves the needs and expectations of our generation and provides value-added benefits, products and services to our members. Through our network of chapters across Canada, CARP is dedicated to building a sense of community and shared values among our members in support of CARPs mission.
For further information, please contact:
Sarah Park 416.607.2471
Media Relations, Policy Researcher and Coordinator
Michael Nicin 416.607.2479
Director of Policy
Siobhan MacLean 416.607.2475
Media and Communications Coordinator
Vice President, Advocacy
CARP, A New Vision of Aging for Canada or visit our website: www.carp.ca