Mar 06, 2014
By AM740 Staff
The opposition parties at Queen’s Park say proposed legislation that would give Ontario’s child advocate power to investigate Children’s Aid Societies and create a patient advocate to deal with complaints about hospitals has little chance of becoming law. Premier Kathleen Wynne promised the wide-ranging accountability legislation will be introduced in a few weeks. But the Progressive Conservatives say they are not impressed with the legislation that Wynne says would provide more oversight of government spending. Tory leader, Tim Hudak says the Liberals have zero credibility when it come to accountability, especially with police looking into the Ornge Air Ambulance service and deleted gas plant emails.
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