Health: The Great Divide Between Lower and Higher Income Canadians

Nearly half (46%) of Canadian households earning less than $30,000 per year ‘agree’ that as a result of the economic downturn they have spent less time, energy and money sustaining their health, a stark difference compared to nineteen percent among those earning $60,000 or more a year

Monday, August 13, 2012

Toronto, ON – The Canadian Medical Association’s newly-released report card on the Canadian health care system has revealed that the economic downturn continues to be a consistent factor in terms of the amount of time, energy, and money Canadians spend on sustaining their health. One-quarter (26%) ‘agree’ (9% strongly/17%...

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Health: The Great Divide Between Lower and Higher Income Canadians

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