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February 5, 2010

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New resources to fight privatization

BURNABY—Activists across the province are gearing up to protect public services and working with communities to stop privatization of health care, water and wastewater and other areas. The good news is that there are many reasons to say NO to privatization and there is a growing body of solid research demonstrating that public-private partnerships (P3s) don’t work.

For a quick read – take a look at Ten reasons to say no to privatization. And for in-depth analysis related to privatization and public-private partnerships look at Why privatization doesn’t work. Useful information and analysis about public-private partnerships. More information is available at keepitpublic.ca and keepwaterpublic.ca

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