Ontario acquiring over 200 million dollars in additional revenue annually is completely possible. That is if the Ontario Government agrees to auction off the Liquor Control Board of Ontario and its licences to sell alcohol — as well as open up competition against The Beer Store locations.

However, 30 minutes after the 81 page $600,000 report was released, Finance Minister Greg Sorbara rejected it.

Why? I don't know.

But, 200 million dollars additional revenue annually translates into 1 brand new 300 bed hospital a year. Or that's what the Toronto Star tells me.

Does this make me angry? Yes.

200 million dollars can do a lot of good in this province. But, I'm starting to believe the province government isn't so concern about doing good for the province as much as doing good by themselves.