Besides the obvious differences between the United States and our friendly neighbors to the north — Canadian vs. real bacon, ice hockey vs. football, Tim Hortons vs. Dunkin Donuts — there’s an entire world of separation when it comes to setting up health benefits for each nation’s respective citizens. The U.S. is making strides toward a more progressive system with the passing of the Affordable Care Act, but even that’s having trouble getting off the ground. In fact, 91% of Canadians say they prefer their healthcare system to what we have here in the U.S., according to a survey from the Strategic Counsel. So, what makes Canada’s system so much better?
Canadian health care systems
In Canada, citizens will pay into their healthcare system via having certain amounts taken from their