According to the Fraser Institute, the average annual cost of Canada’s public healthcare regime is about $4,640 per taxpayer. For most people, that does not include prescription drugs, dentistry, optometry, psychiatry, medical devices (wheelchairs, home oxygen, etc.), or any other medical goods and services delivered outside of a hospital or a GP’s office. It also […]
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