Canada ranked last on two indicators measuring obstetric trauma during birth.
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Comparing Canada’s health-care system with other countries, Part 4: Clinical Performance and Quality
One irony of Canadian life is that the most economically free province in the country, Alberta, often has government policy that is the most hostile to private health care. Another irony, this time right across Canada, is that one can spend any amount of money on a basic necessity of life such as food. But when Canadians want to use their own money to purchase medical treatment to improve, prolong, or even save that same life, they are legally prevented from doing so.