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Canada has a universal health care system, meaning many services are paid for through taxes. Canada's healthcare system is often praised, yet it is ranked ninth out of eleven high-income countries by the latest Commonwealth Fund report. This website presents the healthcare system through various lenses: history, electoral politics, provincial health care, delivery, medicare and Pharmacare, media coverage, stakeholders. This site will also highlight specific case studies (mental health, overdose crisis, Indigenous health care, and COVID-19) that are worth attention.
History of Canadian Health Care
Medicare and Financing
Delivery, Modalities and Options
Provincial Health Care
Party Positions and Electoral Politics
Media Coverage and Public Opinion