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B.C. health ministry ignored most recommendations on seniors' care: report

VANCOUVER - British Columbia's Health Ministry has ignored most of the recommendations in a report on seniors' care in the province, says a think tank calling for government action for an aging population. The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives said that of the 176 recommendations made in the February 2012 report by ombudswoman Kim Carter, 140 were specifically directed at the Health Ministry. Of those recommendations, 66 per cent have been ignored while only six per cent have been fully implemented, the centre said Thursday.
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