How does Canadian Health Care Work?

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Canadian health care works by providing all Canadian citizens with health insurance through a network of socialized plans. Canadian health care is very different from the health care industry in the United States today. You can find more information here: www.canadian-healthcare.org
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The Canadian health care functions as a single payer system. In this system, every citizen in Canada is covered for all health needs. There are no health insurance firms and health insurance is not sold there. Canada pays for this system with additional taxes on the people of Canada.
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