Australia, Germany and the Netherlands all allow more private-sector involvement in health care than Canada.
Senator Sanders—and much of the media—incorrectly sell single-payer as only path to universal health care
Canada, heavily dependent on trade with the U.S., likely stands to lose if campaign hostility towards free trade becomes a reality.
American presidential candidates who want to emulate elements of the Canadian model invite significant negative unintended consequences.
In any U.S.-led tariff-driven trade war, Canada would be collateral damage.
Senator Sanders is an avowed protectionist, opposed to all future international trade deals and would renegotiate or scrap NAFTA and the Canada-U.S. FTA.