Provinces were experiencing health care capacity challenges long before today and before the extent of COVID.
It is critical that the federal government work with provinces on improving health care, which would require Prime Minister Trudeau, pictured, to show leadership and be willing to meet with the provinces to talk about their health-care needs, writes Conservative MP Michael Barrett. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
The pattern from the Liberals to delay until things reach a breaking point before taking any action has proven ineffective at managing the pressures on Canada’s health system.
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