The McSlippery government actually fulfills an election promise...
Starting in January, the prostate-specific antigen test will be covered under the province's public health insurance, costing the government $30 million annually.*
Previously, residents in Ontario have had to have the tests done in hospitals; now the tests will be covered in much more numerous community labs.
Despite the fact prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer to strike Canadian men, Ontarians currently pay out of pocket for the $30 diagnostic test.