Hudak said, "We need to refocus government and invest in the services people need and care about the most, like health care. While the McGuinty government continues to throw millions at consultants and bloated bureaucracy, a PC government will direct those dollars to front-line health care first. Take for instance the Local Health Integration Networks or LHINs are a $250 million layer of bureaucracy between the Ministry of Health and Ontario's health care providers and the families they care for. As Premier I'll scrap the LHINs and instead put every dollar into front line care for Ontario families."
The Toronto Sun Editorial Editor Rob Granistein pointed out that wait times at Ontario hospital emergency wards ranged between ten and twenty hours.
That’s where the $250 million could be spent that would benifit people directly.
Tim Hudak, Leader Of Provincial Progressive Conservatives, Hosts Canadian Ethnic Media Association On Season Celebration