Canada ranks among the bottom of OECD universal health-care countries for the number of doctors and hospital beds.
In 2019, Alberta spent significantly more per person on health care than any other large province.
In 2019, patients in Nova Scotia waited 33.3 weeks from referral by a family doctor to treatment.
Ottawa currently provides $40.4 billion to the provinces via the Canada Health Transfer.
Big Brother himself thrived on Big Data.
Doing time on a health-care waiting list is pure loss—no one gains from your waiting.
Last year, Ontarians waited (on average) 29.7 weeks for orthopedic surgery.
Alberta ranks 5th among provinces for availability of physicians.