Hospital, Cancer Care Ontario partnership boon to city's economy

Cancer Care Ontario vice-president and chief information officer Rick Skinner says Thunder Bay simply showed it wanted to host a quality insurance services team more than other centres like Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa and Sudbury. Full Story
Feldwebel Wolfenstool

Thunder Bay, Canada

#1 Dec 13, 2011
Great, all those dying people can now feel rightly proud about the contribution they make to the edification of the cancer care industry. Maybe we should just forget about finding a cure, because it wouldn't be good for the local economy, it's all about the Benjamins.

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