Albertans see structural problems in health care, survey says

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A vast majority of Albertans believe there are problems in the Canadian health care system that can’t be fixed with money, according to a survey released recently. On Aug. 17, the Angus Reid Institute, in partnership with the Canadian Medical Association, released a study on the quality of health care in Canada. It conducted the online survey of a random sample of 5,010 Canadian adults from Aug. 1-8. A whopping 68 per cent of those polled believe health care has worsened over the last decade. That is a 26 per cent increase from the 42 per cent who felt the
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