Manitoba Health Spending: Still Much Higher Than Average – January 23, 2012
Per-person healthcare spending in Manitoba is significantly higher than the national average.
Canada V. Europe on Health Care Wait Times: Canada Compares Badly – March 19, 2010
Despite high levels of healthcare spending, wait times for health services in Canada are much longer than they are in most of Europe.
Canada v. Europe on Patient Rights: Canada Lags – February 19, 2010
European consumers generally have superior access to information about their health care options and their own condition than Canadian patients.
Canada v. Europe on Health Care: Europe Wins – February 5, 2010
With a combination of high spending and mediocre performance, Canadians get less “bang for the buck” in healthcare than citizens of most European countries.
More Money Doesn’t Always Equal Better Health Care – January 29, 2010
In Canada, the highest-spending provinces on healthcare are among the lowest-performing jurisdictions in the country.
Manitoba Health Spending Much Higher than Average – March 28, 2004
Manitoba continues to spend the most per capita on healthcare of the Canadian provinces, except Newfoundland Labrador.
Manitoba Health Spending Still Highest in Canada – January 2, 2003
In 2002 Manitoba again tops the charts for the most expensive healthcare system. But where are the results?
Manitoba Per Capita Health Spending Highest in Canada – December 1, 2000
The Manitoba government spends almost 20% more per capita on health care than the rest of Canada. If per capita spending was at the Canadian average it would spend about $500 million less than it presently does.