According to estimates, Ontarians were waiting for 369,402 procedures in 2022.
Canada ranked dead last on timely access to specialists and surgical care.
Last year, Albertans waited 33.3 weeks between referral and medically necessary non-emergency treatment.
A typical family with an average household income of $169,296 will pay an estimated $16,950 for public health care this year.
The province expects to receive more than $6 billion from Ottawa via the Canada Health Transfer this year.
Last year, Canadians could expect a median wait of 27.4 weeks between referral to a specialist and receipt of treatment.
The French health-care system features several safety nets to protect vulnerable patients.
The Canada Health Act severely limits the ability of provinces to innovate and experiment with health-care policy.
Patients in the province faced a median wait of 33.3 weeks between seeing a general practitioner and receiving treatment.
Canada ranked last on access to specialist visits in under four weeks.