Ontario's spending watch is supposed to provide plenty of ammunition to Premier Doug Ford Progressive Conservatives on Wednesday when she reveals her latest findings of government waste and inevitability.
In the mid, the Vision Bonelie Licicure will release its annual report, investigate whether you have designated 15 taxpayers or projects, including Metrolinx light-rail transit construction and the Darlington nuclear plant refurbishment.
Because the operator is spending spending, which is largely done in the previous liberal government's time in power, the PC government will almost certainly welcome you recommendations with enthusiasm.
"No matter, the Eagle generally does the value-of-money audit, you want to see where government can do these things better," said Treasury Board President Peter Bethenolfi, the cabinet minister holding an eye on spending.
Ford has already indicated that he is a fan of Lisa's work. Over the election campaign, he has often collected the last century report, in which the operator has paid off about $ 1 billion by searching for only 14 programs.
Although the money has spent more than one year, Ford has shown the release list as saying that he can easily find the $ 6 billion a year in terms of effort he has promised on the campaign without cutting any jobs.
Lisky has published a list of the 15 adverts she will report on Wednesday.
Metrolinx, the regional agency that runs through GO Transit and oversees major transit construction projects in the largest Toronto area, is under the microscope microscope twice.
Liask will report on MetroLynx's controversial plans to build two new stations: one in Vaughn (in Kirby) and another in Scarborough (in Lawrence East). The planned Kirby stop is in the riding previously represented by former liberal transportation minister Steven Del Douka. The Lawrence East is to be a part of John C. Tori's smart road plan.
The microwave microbiows also propagate as MetroLinx is the 5.3 Billion Eiglinton provides crossroads and other unspecified light-rail transit (LRT) lines.
The "use of consultants and senior advisers" by the provincial government gets its own chapter in the auditor's bill. Lisk is an assumption whether the ministries are ensuring "effective service delivery" by the external contractors.
With health care accounting for more than 40 percent of the provincial budget, health care programs always get the eye's eyepiece. This year, she has been in the newspapers of MRI and card scots in hospitals, spending on out-of-province and out-of-country medical treatment, and the health of the ministry program to help people with disabilities buy devices such as wheelchairs And listen to AIDS.
Other programs to be audited include:
- Ontario Student Assistance Program (ASAP), including whether student loans are just wrong when right.
- Waterfront Toronto, including its management of more than $ 1.5 billion in revitalization funding.
- Legal assistance Ontario and the cost effectiveness of its delivery of legal services.
- The technical standards and safety authority, the agency that inspects such public safety concerns both propane storage and elevators.
- Ontario Works, the social benefit benefit provided to about 450,000 people each month.
The operator also reviews government spending on advertising, and whether the party in power is using it for party purposes. Under the former premier Kathleen Wine, the Liberals have suffered the ad over the ads, which allows the government to spend public money on ads that simply do its own horn. There is a move that the Liberals may have to regret, now that the PCs are in government and in control of the multi-million dollar advertising budget.
The Ford Government has already participated in the open-ended Krymek that the wine liberals were low-ranking the provincial deficit. Using the Accounting Accounting, the PCs say this year's deficit is actually $ 14.5 billion, far more than the $ 6.7 billion Liberals projected last March.
A significant portion of the deficiency difference comes from the Liberals who have accepted the PCs but are accounting for the government's instead of the Ontario Power Generation.