Montreal's Jewish General Hospital is in the province's line of fire, after its debt has skyrocketed into the millions.
Quebec's Health Ministry said it will be implementing stringent measures to get the hospital's finances back on track, including the possibility of assigning a trustee.
All of the hospital's new constructions, are on hold.
According to La Presse, the hospital racked up a $25 million deficit in 2011-2012, and another deficit of nearly $10 million in 2012-2013.
At the end of the last fiscal year, the hospital was $15 million in the hole.
This after the Health Ministry gave the institution $8 million in additional funds, hoping to cut the issue.