Ontario's finance minister has fired the head of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and accepted the resignations of the entire board of directors in an attempt to head off another scandal. Dwight Duncan told a news conference at Queen's Park on Monday that he was "taking action to ensure protection of taxpayers money." Duncan said there had been problems with expenses and they represented "symptoms of much larger problems" at OLG.
I wonder what the much larger problems will be. We've already seen this sort of thing over at eHealth, could it be that this sort of thing is actually representative of the people the Liberals have appointed to Ontario agencies?