ORNGE Scandal

After a lengthy investigation by the Toronto Star into ORNGE, the air ambulance service of Ontario, it was discovered that the assets of Ontario air ambulance were transferred to a new arms length agency for 1$ (One dollar) headed by Dr. Chris Mazza, CEO of ORNGE.

The Toronto Star also uncovered that new agency head was being paid $1.4 Million a year while remaining off the “sunshine list” of public employees making over $100,000 a year. That salary makes him the highest publicly paid official in the province.

Furthermore, it was found that ORNGE was planning to leverage the Crown planes and helicopters to start a for-profit medical evacuation service for the elite.

Again one more scandalous act from McGuinty’s liberals.

More info on this scandal can be found here:


ORNGE president was paid $1.4 million per year

ORNGE lets 18 go, shutters charitable entity

ORNGE names new board of directors

Founder of ORNGE Chris Mazza fired

Minister tightens leash on ORNGE Health minister to boost oversight at air ambulance service under investigation by police

ORNGE fallout now includes Brazilian law firm

Ornge overspending slammed by Ontario auditor general



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