Premier Ford wants the federal government to cover 35 per cent of health-care costs, up from 22 per cent.
Canadian health-care authorities must revisit rates of reimbursement for virtual visits.
Ottawa currently provides $40.4 billion to the provinces via the Canada Health Transfer.
Between 1997 and 2019, the cost of public health care for the average Canadian family grew 1.7 times faster than the average income.
Doing time on a health-care waiting list is pure loss—no one gains from your waiting.
The share of provincial budgets consumed by health care will increase to an estimated 42.6 per cent by 2031.
Almost three-quarters of Canada’s total tax burden is paid by the working-age population.
Average per person spending on health care for Canadians over 70 is $13,797.