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Four out of five British Columbians (82 per cent) support talks between government, health employers and health unions to find alternatives to the privatization and contracting out of health care support services, according to a McIntyre and Mustel poll commissioned by the Hospital Employees’ Union.

“It’s time for the premier to apply Olympic ideals like cooperation and teamwork to health care,” says HEU spokesperson Chris Allnutt. “We’ve called the premier’s office to indicate our willingness to begin talks. And clearly the public wants these discussions to happen.”