Most British Columbians Express Confidence in Health Care System

Respondents identify bureaucracy, poor management and long waiting times as the biggest problems with health care in the province.

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Quebecers Overwhelmingly Call for Assisted Suicide Guidelines

Supporters of all three main political parties support enacting legislation that would allow doctors to help some terminally ill patients end their lives.

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Nurses, Doctors Are Most Respected Jobs in Canada, U.S. and Britain

Less than three-in-ten respondents in the three countries express respect for politicians.

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Canadians Welcome New Graphic Warnings on Cigarette Packages

Respondents are divided on whether the images will be effective in convincing smokers to quit.

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Health Care Delivery Praised in Saskatchewan, Derided in Quebec

Most Canadians are satisfied with their last visit to a family doctor, a specialist, and to have a diagnostic test, but the ratings are not as stellar for hospital stays and emergency rooms.

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Canadians Are Supportive of Insite and Oppose Moves to Shut it Down

British Columbians are more likely to endorse the facility’s operations and the concept of “harm reduction” than respondents in other provinces.

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