There's a clear imbalance between health-care spending and performance in Canada.
According to the province’s official figures, at least 88,300 patients continue to languish on surgical wait lists.
Canada ranked last on timely access to specialty and surgical care.
Canada ranked 25th out of 26 countries for the number of acute care beds.
Our aging population will put significant pressure on health-care expenditures.
More than one million patients in Canada waited almost 20 weeks (on average) for medically necessary care last year.
The mortality rate per 1 million U.S. residents was 196 compared to 30.5 worldwide.
Between 1997 and 2019, the cost of public health care for the average Canadian family grew 1.7 times faster than the average income.