It appears the Dauphin Health Care Auxiliary has had enough of waiting for an M-R-I, that was promised by the former NDP government, to be delivered to them.
Members of the Auxiliary made a petition that was sent around the Dauphin area, and has seen more than 27-hundred people sign it.
The petition has been sent to the PC government.
Officials had hoped to have the machine up and running in late-March, as work had just about wrapped up on the area to house the unit at the time.
But the M-R-I, which has been purchased, is still waiting to be shipped from Germany.