On Canada and it's healthcare system....government can't do anything well... No end in sight to Ontario's health-care crisis Wynne’s government says it wants doctors to become co-managers of the health-care system, which eats up 40% (and growing) of all government spending. That really means it wants doctors to share the blame as it reduces the growth rate of provincial funding to health care. Doctors want no part of this. They want more money. They blame their own bargainers at the Ontario Medical Association for failing to deliver it and the government for incompetence in administering healthcare. In response, the government accuses the doctors of greed, of eating up scarce resources through high salaries, money that should go to patient care. The doctors are right that the Wynne government appears to have no plan for making health care efficient. It’s not just them making the allegation. The Ontario Health Coalition representing more than 400 unions, medical professionals, non-profits, student, ethnic, cultural, women’s, seniors’ and anti-poverty groups recently made the same charge at a meeting with the Sun editorial board. OHC executive director Natalie Mehra accused the Wynne government of creating a permanent crisis in health-care funding, designed to keep healthcare providers in perpetual uncertainty, while the Liberals starve the system of cash.