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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Less, and there should be no privatization of the healthcare industry

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@3QWVVTBfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

More, and doctors should not be penalized or stripped of their licences for looking at alternative therapies for patients

@4Y8XQ85from Ontario  answered…2yrs

@4LYKNWXfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2yrs

If there is privatization on healthcare services. The expenses should be a 100% tax write off.

@97Z2CC2from Alberta  answered…1wk

There should be NO privatization of Hospital & Healthcare services.

@97YWP7Zfrom Saskatchewan  answered…1wk

I believe that privatization of healthcare services could be beneficial as long as it does not affect the current healthcare system

@97XKGB9from Alberta  answered…2wks

The system is broken and requires reconfiguration; I do not think privitaztion of services can solve that especially they way its been done in the states

@97TBLT8from Ontario  answered…2wks

@97NRTW8from Ontario  answered…3wks

@978VHJKfrom Newfoundland  answered…4wks

Less, because it can help more people and most of all, save more lives.

@97529D2from Nova Scotia  answered…1mo

@96SN5WKfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

Make the healthcare system less exploitable,people go to the hospitable even if they have a cold,slowing down nurses who need to treat someone who actually needs to be tended to

@96QC469from Ontario  answered…1mo

Healthcare should be available at no cost, but privatized options should still be available.

@96KV66YLiberalfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

There should be more privatization and high fee for service to subsidize government funding

@96HDCP7from Ontario  answered…2mos

@96G9W5Hfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

less privatization, yet, people who use the healthcare should NEED it and actually have problems, instead of abusing the healthcare.

@96BHBSGfrom Manitoba  answered…2mos

More to give individual organizations the ability to better manage their needs, however, funded by the government as to maintain Canadians right to free healthcare services.

@968Q88Xfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@968J6P9from Ontario  answered…2mos

I don't want to go into debt just because I broke a finger so either no privatization or heavily regulated privatization.

@968FGG2Liberalfrom Nova Scotia  answered…2mos

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…2mos

@967SY7Dfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@964SF29Conservativefrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

less but public healthcare systems should be improved (i.e more doctors, better services)

@95X2GBHfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Keep the same funding for public healthcare services but allow for private healthcare opportunities for those who can afford it, as it will let the public healthcare system to have more room for those who can not afford it.

@95T54GJfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Allow more hospitals such as Shoukdice but under the public system

@95T45XJfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@95QSRCCfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

There should be an equal amount of privatization of hospital and healthcare services in relation to public healthcare services so that people who want higher-quality healthcare services can choose.

@95P8SXPfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

They should be able to choose if they want to be privatized or not, I do not think it should be decided.

@95NTYJMfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

More, for those who can afford to go that route and have the publicly funded services available to those who can not afford privatized services.

@95L6G5Bfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

@95H29VPfrom New Brunswick  answered…3mos

all healthcare including dental and mental health care should be 100% free. we pay enough with taxes

@959HJZ6from Alberta  answered…3mos

@958PWBNfrom Ontario  answered…3mos

Keep Our System The Same But Give The Opportunity For Privatised Healthcare For Those Who Can Afford It


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