ontario health spending

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Ontarians must consider real health-care reform

Health care consumes 42 per cent of all provincial government program spending in Ontario.

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Ontarians can expect to wait 15.6 weeks between referral from a general practitioner and treatment.

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From 2005/06 to 2015/16, major federal transfers to Ontario increased by 87.8 per cent.

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With a provincial election approaching in Ontario, a recent Nanos poll shows that health care remains the most important issue for the majority of voters. The second and third most important issues are the economy and high taxes.  In truth, all three issues are connected. Public health spending is a major cause of higher taxes and higher taxes hinder economic growth.