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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO ASSEMBLÉE LÉGISLATIVE DE L’ONTARIO Thursday 28 March 2013 Jeudi 28 mars 2013 ORDERS OF THE DAY AMBULANCE AMENDMENT ACT (AIR AMBULANCES), 2013 / LOI DE 2013 MODIFIANT LA LOI SUR LES AMBULANCES (SERVICES D’AMBULANCE AÉRIENS) INTRODUCTION OF VISITORS LEGISLATIVE PAGES ORAL QUESTIONS POWER PLANTS POWER PLANTS EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE POWER PLANTS TUITION APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING GAMING POLICY GO TRANSIT TAXATION TUITION IMMIGRANT SERVICES HORSE RACING INDUSTRY AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY INTRODUCTION OF VISITORS MEMBERS’ STATEMENTS AUTISM SOLAR ENERGY PRIX CIVIQUES HORSE RACING INDUSTRY PUBLIC LIBRARIES JAMES HINCHCLIFFE MENTAL HEALTH GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY CANADIAN CONSTITUTION VISITOR INTRODUCTION OF BILLS PUBLIC SECTOR CAPACITY TO PAY ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 SUR LA CAPACITÉ DE PAYER DU SECTEUR PUBLIC CONSTITUTION DAY ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 SUR LE JOUR DE LA CONSTITUTION SAFE ROUNDABOUTS ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 SUR LA SÉCURITÉ DES CARREFOURS GIRATOIRES MOTIONS COMMITTEE SITTINGS PRIVATE MEMBERS’ PUBLIC BUSINESS STATEMENTS BY THE MINISTRY AND RESPONSES NATIONAL ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES DAY PETITIONS SPRINGWATER PROVINCIAL PARK ANIMAL PROTECTION ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES HEALTH CARE FUNDING CANCER TREATMENT LAND USE PLANNING LONG-TERM CARE WIND TURBINES PROVINCIAL PARKS TIRE DISPOSAL REGULATION OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TRADES TAXATION DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN PRIVATE MEMBERS’ PUBLIC BUSINESS TAXPAYER PROTECTION AMENDMENT ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 MODIFIANT LA LOI SUR LA PROTECTION DES CONTRIBUABLES HELPING ONTARIANS ENTER THE SKILLED TRADES ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 VISANT À FACILITER L’ACCÈS AUX MÉTIERS SPÉCIALISÉS EN ONTARIO GAMING POLICY TAXPAYER PROTECTION AMENDMENT ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 MODIFIANT LA LOI SUR LA PROTECTION DES CONTRIBUABLES HELPING ONTARIANS ENTER THE SKILLED TRADES ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 VISANT À FACILITER L’ACCÈS AUX MÉTIERS SPÉCIALISÉS EN ONTARIO GAMING POLICY TAXPAYER PROTECTION AMENDMENT ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 MODIFIANT LA LOI SUR LA PROTECTION DES CONTRIBUABLES HELPING ONTARIANS ENTER THE SKILLED TRADES ACT, 2013 / LOI DE 2013 VISANT À FACILITER L’ACCÈS AUX MÉTIERS SPÉCIALISÉS EN ONTARIO GAMING POLICY The House met at 0900. I’d also like to spend a minute thanking, once again, the people who for years have actually been trying to wave the red flag about Ornge, the people who for years have been trying to blow the whistle; people like Trevor Kidd, whose family lives in my riding, who sat in this House in the members’ gallery, who testified and who was widely praised for standing up and telling what he believed. If they had listened to people like Trevor, we could have stopped the waste of this money—or the government could have stopped the waste of this money—years before and could have redirected that. An even bigger problem with this bill is if someone takes it upon themselves and takes the risk of being sued with public funds, who do they go to, because with the air ambulance act, you go to a government inspector. He’s not going to look into every issue, because not every issue is a scandal. It’s the one office everybody identifies with, even in northern Ontario. But they will know—not everyone on Railway Street in Cochrane will know the Office of the Ombudsman, but a lot of them will. In my personal business, the way I got better is that when I made a mistake, I thought, “Gee, how come that happened? I would like to remind the member that as soon as the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care heard about the issues at Ornge from the Auditor General, she immediately took action. She called in the Ontario Provincial Police; their investigation is continuing. Ted Chudleigh: As I recall, we were raising problems at Ornge for two years before the government did anything.
The front-line workers are, in an odd sort of way, being side-swiped by the scandal that is Ornge. There’s something wrong here,” and they’re getting sued by public funds, is that an incentive to come forward and say, “Well, I think there’s something wrong”? It’s his job to be fair, and it’s his job to look into the issues.” And you know what? Helena Jaczek: It’s a pleasure to rise in response to the comments from my colleague from Timiskaming–Cochrane.