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A McFadyen government will create a website to tell Manitobans about health care wait times and various medical services.
Progressive Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen said Sunday that the Manitoba Patient Advocate Website would gather information the Tories say is now buried or scattered under the current system.
The estimated cost is $150,000
He also said a PC government would create a new senior's health care hotline and bring in geriatric emergency nurses at Grace and Concordia hospitals to offer better care for seniors.
McFadyen made the pledge in River East PC incumbent candidate Bonnie Mitchelson's campaign office.