Nova Scotia Health Minister David Wilson says the Canadian province's government has no plans to allow Capital Health, the province's largest provider of health services, to contract out its money-losing retail food services, reports the Chronicle Herald. Capital Health’s cafeterias and licensed branded Tim Hortons outlets will combine to lose an estimated $1.4 million in 2012-13 fiscal year, following a steady stream of losses in past years, the authority told the ...
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