Ontario's healthcare spending lowest in Canada - but going lower - 2019-11-20

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F94.png Ontario's healthcare spending lowest in Canada - but going lower November 20, 2019, Linda McQuaig, Toronto Star

But it would be a mistake to assume that Ford's destructive austerity agenda has been derailed. On the contrary, it moves forward like a freight train, coming at us slowly but relentlessly, much of it under cover of darkness.

Among the premier's sweeping cutbacks — aimed at reducing the deficit without tapping the corporate elite for more tax revenues — are a dizzying array of cuts to our public health-care system, the crown jewel of our social programs.

These cuts, totalling about $360 million, will affect everything from mental health care to cancer screening, according to Natalie Mehra, head of the Ontario Health Coalition.

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