Comment 26544

By Ted Mitchell (registered) | Posted September 12, 2008 at 13:59:00

As I see it, the unelected LHIN is of no present concern. What they decide to do is much more important.

They have 3 choices:

  1. Rubber stamp the HHS plan. I can't see this happening, the public will say they are in bed with HHS, unelected etc, and crucify them.

  2. Call for further public input. This is what I expect, but if it is not heavily covered by the media most people will take a pass, and it will degenerate into bureaucratic uselessness and just delay the plan's implementation.

  3. Set up publicized debate to delve further into the rationale and evidence for this proposal. This is the ideal, when people start to see it for what it is, and the easier and cheaper options to accomplish the same thing without such disruptions, the whole thing will go back to the drawing board, as it should. And again, like in B.C., Mr. Martin will be looking for a new job.

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