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
In 2016, Canadians could expect to wait 10.6 weeks for medically necessary treatment after seeing a specialist.
Albertans wait 22.9 weeks for treatment—five weeks longer than 15 years ago.
Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) the quality of health insurance plans in the United States has gone down, while premiums have gone way up.
The Government of Saskatchewan recently passed legislation that will allow patients to pay for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans using their own money.
British Columbia’s health ministry recently announced it will invest $10 million to increase surgical capacity, with an eye on reducing wait times.
You know things are bad when the best you can say is “at least it hasn’t gotten any worse.” That, essentially, is the main takeaway from the Canadian Institute for Health Information’s updated report on wait times for healthcare in Canada.