Ontario Provincial Police won’t lay charges after Ornge air ambulance investigation

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TORONTO — Ontario Provincial Police say they will not lay criminal charges after a six-year investigation into allegations of wrongdoing by senior staff at the province’s air ambulance service.

The force says its probe of top employees at Ornge left it with insufficient evidence to support laying criminal charges.

The investigation began in 2012 and came at the request of Ontario’s Ministry of Health.

At the time the investigation launched, Ornge was under a cloud of controversy over high executive salaries, questionable spending and business practices.

Police say 58 people in Canada, the U.S. and Italy were interviewed during the probe that cost almost $250,000.

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Source:: Nationalpost

      

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