With all due respect, the USA has the most expensive public Bear nice butt vintage poster investment in a healthcare system in the world, but not all people are covered. Per capita spending in the USA is $10,586 and Canada $4,974 (Source: OECD)
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Then there is 40% tax deduction to add to that. I would rate Canada a 3 and here a 10. I’ve experienced health care in BC, Quebec, Bear nice butt vintage poster Ontario and Texas, so I have extensive experience to be most knowledgeable about this subject. Once Don the Con is voted out in November things will be back to normal in the US. Never, taxes too high in Canada like 40% of your earnings. Weather is so cold 2 seasons winter and July except Vancouver. I have health insurance for $60.00 a month with BCBS. Housing, food, cars, appliances and clothing half the price compared to Canada. We have a good life here. Just have to get Don the Con out of office in November!
come on now! You make it sound like in Canada we still have to use hand-cranked pumps and the hospitals are using century old equipment. You wouldn’t happen to work for a pharma company because that’s the kind of crap they push. you really don’t sound Canadian. Weather is so cold 2 seasons?? You probably believe we all live in igloos too where are you getting your 40% rate from? That’s flat out wrong I find when people try and put the Canadian healthcare system down, they always either make stuff up or over exaggerate thinking it makes what there pushing more believable. Not according to my cheque. I don’t know what hospitals you’ve visited, or how long ago it was, but not my experience at all. Feel free to stay where you are. To each their own.