Pauline Marois seems to have a talent for wrecking things.
I visited my Doctor this pas week. We quickly dealt with some “health housekeeping” and then spent the next 10 mins talking about the current state of healthcare in Quebec, and how it was decimated by Pauline Marois the last time she had any power, and how we simply don’t have enough students in the right specialties coming out of the system.
We talked about education as being a real investment. That we don’t treat it as such, so we are obviously seeing the dividends we could see if we did.
I am not always of fan of QESBA, but in this op-ed in The Gazette, they called it right. The 1.8% increase is not going to cover the increase in costs. Their estimate of the system losing almost 12 million means out board will likely lose another 1 million a year.
Thanks Quebec. Thanks Pauline. No worries – investments always work out when you don’t fund them. After all, your choices from your last period in office have certainly proved that your judgement is sound. Or not.