Tuton justifies hospital plan's hefty pricetag
Two years ago, the Yukon government's department of health and the Yukon Hospital Corporation decided to commission a plan that would look at the hospital's needs and potential for growth through the year 2025.
The plan was supposed to cost $200,000 and be ready in October, 2011.
It was finally finished recently, to the tune of $360,000.
Hospital corporation board chair Craig Tuton spoke with the CBC about the plan and how it will be used.