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Save Canadian healthcare. Help Canadians have their right to choose not to wait recognized.

By | on Dec 16 2019

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Our healthcare system is the pride of Canadians, coast to coast to coast—until they need it.

Backlogs and a lack of space has us waiting sometimes for years for basic treatments. However, it’s illegal for most Canadians to purchase care when the wait’s too long. Example? Walid Khalfallah of BC who spent two years on a waiting list while his spine deteriorated. His family trusted he’d get the healthcare he needed fast. Today, he’s paralyzed.

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