Why do other universal health-care countries have shorter wait times than Canada?

A recent study by the Fraser Institute estimates that 894,449 Canadians waited 9.8 weeks (on average) for treatment after seeing a specialist, resulting in an average personal cost of $1,304 in lost productivity and income—which adds up to a $1.2 billion loss for the Canadian economy.And this is surely a

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