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Long-term Care, highlighted by the pandemic, needs to be fixed properly. The Hags and Crones group in Calgary and the More than a Bed group in Edmonton invite you to write your MP to ask them to help create safety for workers, medics and residents.

We are making dolls to accompany our concerns. If you wish to do this on your own and send your letter and doll to your MP, please do so. If you want your doll to be part of a contingent being sent to the movers and shakers in Parliament, you can email Carolyn and we can arrange that. Thank you!

 

 

 

Make Your Own Doll:

Click here for instuctions on downloading, saving and printing the PDF files....

Print & Send Your Own LTC Postcards:

Click here for instuctions on downloading, saving and printing the PDF files....

Postcard front & back (PDF) - Print the front and back on both sides of heavy cardstock (8.5" X 11") and then cut along the dashed line on the back of the card. (4 postcards per sheet of cardstock). Postcards can be sent postage-free to the House of Commons. Click here to find your MP's name. Please note that Canada Post has rules about where you can print on the postcard back and certain areas must be kept free of graphics and printing- click here to read the instructions (PDF)

If you do not have a colour printer or your home/office printer cannot handle heavier cardstock, we recommend using a printing/copying centre such as Staples. Staples and most other printers have an online ordering service that allows you to place your order online and to either upload the files you want to print. Alternatively, you take them with you to the printing service location on a USB memory stick.

Doll body pieces before assembly:

Doll pieces

Tableaux of Dolls:Doll Tableau



 

Opening, Saving and Printing from PDF Files:

Clicking on any of the PDF links in the Doll and Postcard instructions above should launch your PDF reader where you can view the file and once open, you can print it or save it to your own computer or USB stick. If your computer settings do not either automatically open the PDF or ask if you would like to save it (sometimes this is for security purposes or to protect your system from launching harmful files containing viruses, etc.), you can save the file by right-clicking on the PDF link and then save it on your computer or USB stick, etc.


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