Quebec now has the lowest per capita health costs of any province.
Under the current system, four-in-five Canadians do not struggle to pay for their medication.
Both countries have more physicians, nurses and acute-care beds than Canada.
Forcing manufacturers of high-cost drugs to reduce their prices by up to 80 per cent is unsustainable.
In Alberta, just about everyone under 65 can enroll in the province’s plan.
More regulation will likely lead to slower and more limited access to drugs.
The latest federal budget revealed the Trudeau government’s plan to move forward on national pharmacare.
Unfortunately, the federal government’s track record of creating reliable and accurate data systems is not good.
Canadians can also expect tax hikes to pay for the government drug program.