Where Does the Money Go? A Study of Worker Pay in Ontario's Hospitals

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Ontario spends almost $32 billion on public sector health programs, up 60 percent in nominal terms over the past decade. And this amount, equal to 6.4 percent of the provincial economy, is set to rise even further under the McGuinty government's four-year plan. Health spending has been and remains the pre-eminent fiscal issue for the provincial government.

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