The military provides health care to its members, but not their families

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  • GERARD says:

    The last concerns that a military person needs is whether his/her family member can be seen by a doctor.
    Some Military personnel put their lives on the line for their country. The least our government can do is provide efficient health care for their family.


Dafna Izenberg


Dafna is the Managing editor of special projects at Maclean’s Magazine.

Chika Oriuwa


Chika Stacy Oriuwa is a medical student at the University of Toronto who is completing her MD/MSc with a concentration in System Leadership and Innovation. She has a keen interest in health care reform pertaining to the intersections of race and gender within medicine.

Joshua Tepper


Joshua Tepper is a family physician and the President and Chief Executive Officer of North York General Hospital. He is also a member of the Healthy Debate editorial board.

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