21 August 2016

Remember, these are the folks...

...who've doubled Ontario's debt since they got in in 2003...

TORONTO • Doctors on the front lines of healthcare rebelled last week, quietly but politely giving Health Minister Eric Hoskins and their own Ontario Medical Association executive the political equivalent of a colonoscopy • without sedation.

In a decisive vote, physicians rejected the tentative deal hammered out between the OMA and the ministry.
Of course there's no money for doctors, the cupboard is already bare...
Wynne recently committed $900 million over four years from future “cap-and-trade proceeds” to make apartment buildings more energy efficient. Last year she created a $325 million “Green Investment Fund”, calling it “a down payment on the province’s cap-and-trade program.”
Speaking of the environment...
The permits allow municipalities, mining companies and golf courses -- in addition to the water-bottlers -- to take a total of 1.4 trillion litres out of Ontario's surface and ground water supplies every day.
Everyone (in the corporate world, anyway) a Wynner.


1 comments:

Bill E said...

All we're seeing now is the various factions of public sector employees and public sector unions squabbling over the scraps of public trough left after they have gorged themselves on the reserves.

Public sector unions have hollowed out Ontario's democratic process and insider contracting, globalist green energy racketeering, civil service union entitlements and kleptocratic socialism destroyed its economy.

Personally I don't think Ontario is reparable - It just gets worse as the burden of staying middle class or having a modest retirement evaporates. We can only pray, that Albertans get rid of the same type of dipper-union-crony nepotism corruption there before Canada's last wealth engine is gutted and the 3rd great economic refugee migration out of the east will occur. This time the economic migrants are old enough they will settle in AB/SK/BC and they will be wise enough to keep socialist kleptos away from government.

Hate to say it but Sask. is the place to be these days if you are working class.