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More Canadians losing their family doctors as concern around primary care grows

There are myriad challenges in Canada's health care space, one of the most significant of which is a lack of access to primary care. A look at the issues in people's personal lives and at medical schools, patient and medical staff's perspectives, as well as potential solutions being recommended.

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    Uncertainty underlies health care for 10,000 people in Sault Ste. Marie as clinic cuts off patients

    Uncertainty underlies health care for 10,000 people in Sault Ste. Marie as clinic cuts off patients

    When Barry Armstrong was 22 and working as a repair apprentice at Algoma Steel in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., he didn’t think much about his health. But in 1961, eight years before public health care was established in the province, he was approached about joining a new union-sponsored clinic that would …

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