Ontario's auditor general is blasting ORNGE Air Ambulance for a gross mishandling of the province's money.
Jim McCarter says the agency used upwards of $700 Million to finance offshoot for-profit companies, with ORNGE's CEO and Board of Directors at the control.
McCarter also says the Ministry of Health did an inadequate job on keeping tabs on how their money was being spent.
Health Minister Deb Matthews says previous legislation did not allow her to monitor ORNGE's finances, but insists changes have and are being made to correct the situation.
The opposition is urging Matthews to step down in wake of the scandal.