Almost Half (46%) of Canadians Expect a Permanent Impact on their Finances Following a Serious Health Event

Canadians Age 35 to 54 Hardest Hit by Unforeseen Healthcare Costs

Monday, September 30, 2013

Toronto, ON – Almost half (46%) of Canadians feel that a major health event would have a big, possibly permanent impact on their personal finances, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Sun Life Financial. Over one third (36%) feel that a major health event would have a manageable, temporary impact, and less...

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Almost Half (46%) of Canadians Expect a Permanent Impact on their Finances Following a Serious Health Event

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Ipsos Public Affairs
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