June 27, 2014

Canada's Health System Underperforms

Jeffrey Simpson, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

Relatively expensive and underperforming. These words describing Canada’s health-care system are now widely accepted in political and medical circles – in contrast to what we heard as recently as a decade ago, when “experts” and politicians still insisted that Canada had one of the best systems in the world.

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