canada health act

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Alberta premier supports increased health transfers—and more reliance on Ottawa

Research has repeatedly shown that money isn’t the problem—the problem is the value we get for our money.


9:17AM
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Throne speech acknowledges wait times—but provinces remain bound by Ottawa

For elective surgery, 99 per cent of Germans reported waiting less than four months compared to 62 per cent of Canadians.


8:07AM
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Nova Scotia can improve health care without breaking the bank

Since 1999, the provincial government increased health-care spending by more than 78 per cent.


9:24AM
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Hospitals currently view patients as costs that eat into the budget.


9:27AM
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Provinces should ask for more health-care freedom—not more money

Canada already ranked among the highest health-care spenders in the world before the pandemic.


2:44PM
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Three reasons why our hospitals are overcrowded

Eighteen per cent of Canadians reported waiting four months or more for elective surgery compared to zero per cent in Germany.


9:19AM
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Canada must rethink restrictions on private health insurance—for the sake of patients
Politicians and bureaucrats have less incentive to adopt innovations than private-sector organizations.

11:25AM
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National pharmacare plan aims to wipe out patient freedom and choice

Under the current system, four-in-five Canadians do not struggle to pay for their medication.