Monthly Archives: November 2015

Rethinking hospital ownership with a new-style P3 plan

The flooded floors in the Centennial Building at the VG site in Halifax illustrate another, on-going weakness in our health care system. While the Province struggles to meet current operational costs the cupboard is bare when it comes to catastrophic … Continue reading

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Do we need a new VG?

In October when I wondered if a total tear down was the only option for the VG, one commenter wrote, “The thing about the Centennial Building is that it was not built to last. In some ways, the Victoria Building … Continue reading

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A fake cost controversy

Unions and opposition parties are pretending to be outraged that the government spent $3.4 million on IT costs not listed as part of the costs of a merged health care system. If this were an undisclosed parting payment to executives, … Continue reading

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