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The Government of Canada enacted the Medical Care Act in 1966 to cost-share the provision of insured physician services with the provinces and territories.
By 1972, all provincial and territorial plans had been extended to include physician services.
Nor was their price to be bargained for at the time they were sought.
They were a fundamental need, like education, which Canadians could meet collectively and pay for through taxes.
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By 1961, all the provinces and territories had public insurance plans that provided universal access to hospital services.
Saskatchewan again pioneered by providing insurance for physician services, beginning in 1962.
This is why the Prime Minister has charged me with the responsibility to "Promote and defend the Canada Health Act to make absolutely clear that extra-billing and user fees are illegal under Canada's public Medicare system, and develop policies in collaboration with provinces and territories to improve verification and recourse mechanisms when instances of non-compliance arise." There was a time when many Canadians faced debt and hardship when they needed to seek treatment for illness or injury.
I am grateful that there were great Canadians – Tommy Douglas, Justice Emmett Hall, Monique Bégin, to name just a few – who fought long and hard to correct this and to ensure we all have equitable access to essential health care services.While patient charges were quite rampant across Canada during Justice Hall's tenure, today, most Canadians access needed medical care without having to face charges.