Attorney General Asked To Probe Ministry of Community and Social Services
During our meeting with Mulroney two weeks ago I brought up several concerns in the system that her office is currently investigating regarding the lack of accountability with NGO's us parents have to deal with on a day to day basis. Last night leaked documents have revealed that the Ministry of Community and Social Services has intentionally inflated the autism wait lists in an attempt to sell the governments new program to the public and attack political opponents. The Ministry has also attempted to hide this from families ordering NGOs to keep all of this confidental:
The following was sent to Caroline Mulroney's executive assistant last night on behalf of our family:
Under counsel's advice, I'm granting you a one weeks extension with respect to your written submission to me in light of recent documents (attached) that have become available. I requested a compliance audit through the Ministry of Community and Social Services on YSSN in late 2018. You should be aware of those communications since I'm sure I copied you on them. Your office is also aware that the Ministry of Community and Social Services is on record directing me NOT to communicate with Ms. Mulroney on our issues. I would ask that a full compliance audit not only be considered on YSSN but also with respect to Kerry's Place and the actual Ministry of Community and Social Services.
Should your office fail to produce compliance audits on all three entities, I have instruction from our counsel to personally deliver our statement of claim to the Attorney General's office at Queen's Park on March 7th, 2019.
You are to confirm a compliance investigation has been initiated on all three entities, or referred to the proper legal authorities by not later than the end of the business day, March 4th, 2019. Failure to comply will result in legal action against the Attorney Generals office.
Please govern yourself accordingly.
UPDATE 2/26/2019: Update from Mulroney's office is as follows:
Thanks for the response. You have a duty to report. I'll see the attorney general next week.