A major theme of the book and Harry Smith’s advocacy efforts is to save the National Health Service (NHS).
On Twitter (@Harryslaststand) and in his book Harry characterized the big political battle in the U.K. as being fought to save the NHS. I must say I knew little of the National Health Service when I read the book.
Certainly those with closer ties to the U.K. will have views and knowledge on it. I’m going to come back to lessons from the U. K. election another day. Today I’ll like to talk about Harry’s Canadian tour.
He is in the midst of it now. The last stop is next Tuesday (July 21) in London. It is at the
Museum London, Lecture Theatre
421 Ridout St N
Smith will be addressing what is a stake in our upcoming federal election.
A discussion will follow with a panel of progressive activists including Abe Oudshoorn (housing activist and nursing professor at Western University), Jonathan Sas (Director of Research at the Broadbent Institute), and Kaylie Tiessen (economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Ontario).
The Broadbent Institute is running the tour. You can find out more at