Canadians Agree Healthcare Should Be the Priority for Both the Provincial (84%) and Federal Governments (73%)

With Federal Provincial Health Accord Set to Expire in 2014, Most (88%) Say Federal Government Should Initiate Discussions Now, Majority Disagrees (69%) That Progress Can Wait on Account of Economy

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Toronto, ON – Canadians ‘agree’ that health care should be both the federal (73% -- 30% strongly/43% somewhat) and provincial government’s (84% -- 39% strongly/45% somewhat) top priority, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association, and with the federal-provincial healthcare accord...

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Canadians Agree Healthcare Should Be the Priority for Both the Provincial (84%) and Federal Governments (73%)

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