Now a typical supper is not all that different from a hospital lunch, but you figure a plate put together with a chicken leg or meat loaf you can figure $8.00 for the tray being put together for supper. At 20,000 beds that is $160,000 and 60,000 food preparation costs and serving is $220,000 for hospital supers at at said number of beds. That makes for $520,000.00 per day at basic cost but one has to multiply by 1.5% for under estimational hindsight and snacks, so that brings the bill to about $780,000.00 per day to feed 20,000 people with some sort of Dietician on hand.
$780,000.00 to feed 20,000 people
Thus X amount of dollars to feed 1,400,685 aboriginal people by 2014 census
Therefore: $780,000.00 = 20,000
X = 1,400,685
Hence:20,000X = $780,000.00 x 1,400685
X =$ 15,505,137 to feed the under privileged aboriginal community with a Dietician,so right off the bat the Federal Government owes the aboriginal community the $15.5 million a day to feed them on reserves as to some sort of medical health standard. A Native reserve is a form of aboriginal hostile, coming from the word hospital, so pay up Harper!!!!
After my coffee break I will illustrate the math for Provincial Transfer Payments from Health Canada that is owed per day from Federal Government, your budget is blown Harper, you have no surplus!!!
OK. now for Health Canada Provincial Transfer Payments:
Starting with 20,000 hospital beds across the country at a cost of $4000.00 a day to run
Total 20,00 hospital bed budget per day in Canada amounts to $80,000,000.00
divided by 12 Provincial Governments = $6,666,666.66 .......Per day allowing for Northern elevated costs or island folk costs.
3 months per quarter at 30 days per month is 90 days
90 days x $6,666,666.66 /day operational hospital bed cost per Province
=$599,999,999.40 owed to Provinces per quarter before percentage rate applies
Like the Federal Government I will apply percentage rates as follows:
7% GST that is Government sick tax percentage =
$41,999,999.96 per quarter for hospital beds, then
7% PST that is Poison Sick Tax percentage =
$294,000,000.00 per quarter for hospital beds transfer payments
That is Health Canada Transfer payments to Provinces $1,176,000,000.00 per year for hospital beds costs.
Get the message Harper, you have no surplus!!!
What else is Health Canada for palmettes on food, inspectors etc, now lets inspect Health Canada's books!!!
Canada can cut back on the proposed fighter jet purchase and be there for P.TS.D. with vets and be there for Canadians with a health budget with Health Canada support!!!
With an Internet search there were approximately 115,000 hospital beds in Canada by 2003