November 23, 2012

Canada's Healthcare Myth

Jeffrey Simpson, Globe and Mail

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A host of studies shows the Canadian health-care system middle-of-the-pack at best, except for cost (private and public), where it ranks near the top. The studies use different methodologies and weigh factors differently. No single one is determinant, but most point in the same direction: The myth about Canadian medicare is just that, a myth.

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