Millennials are not used to being treated as anything but special. They don’t want to wait for anything, let alone months for urgent health care.
Millennials, with their need to be treated 'special,' might use their political influence to force a hybrid health system in Canada where those willing to pay can receive better service, writes Jeffrey Overall. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
NORTH BAY, ONT.—Growing up with racism and discrimination as taboo, millennials—the generation that came of age at the turn of the century—are tolerant, open-minded, and they embrace diversity.
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