A 1991 report recommended a 10 per cent reduction in medical school enrolment in Canada.
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Even the U.K. has a robust parallel private system, often used as an alternative to the ailing National Health Service.
Almost three-quarters of Canada’s total tax burden is paid by the working-age population.
Average per person spending on health care for Canadians over 70 is $13,797.
The average family of four will pay about $12,000 for public health care in 2017.
Single-payer health-care systems are often only able to lower costs by rationing services.
The California State Senate recently voted for a universal health-care system in the state.