Hospitals in One Canadian City Lose $1.2M on Foodservice

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has learned that hospitals in Saskatoon have lost $1.2 million over the past two years in their food services department.

"The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has learned that hospitals in Saskatoon have lost $1.2 million over the past two years in their food services department.

'I don't think the average taxpayer has a problem subsidizing things like open heart surgery and medical procedures, but I think a lot of people would question why they are subsidizing the burger and fries down in the cafeteria,' said Colin Craig, with the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF). CTF released fr

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