In the sworn statement the former premier says:
I learned from this visit that all of these countries had hybrid health care systems that incorporated elements of private care and funding, and delivered better public health care at a lower cost than British Columbia and the rest of Canada … a hybrid health care system would cause no harm to the public health care system in B.C., while providing benefits to many British Columbians ...
Mr. Campbell’s sworn statement is part of an application seeking a court order suspending enforcement of changes to the Medicare Protection Act that take effect Oct. 1 (read about that here).
"Conversation That Matters with Dr. Brian Day"
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In Ian Mulgrew's latest article on the ongoing healthcare choice case in British Columbia, he discusses a new affidavit by former BC Premier Gordon Campbell.
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