August 28, 2013
Canada Wait Times: Not What Doc Ordered
Jeff Simpson, Globe and Mail
If there is a long lineup, and people in the queue need something, some of those people will do what they can to move ahead. Queuing was endemic in Soviet-style regimes: for necessities (toothpaste, soap) and for services (telephones, apartments). So people did what they could, used what influence they could find, told whatever lies were necessary, and tried to move ahead.
TAGGED: Canada, Health Care