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20 Things Canadians Pay Less For

Slice TV Logo By Doug Murray of Slice TV | Slide 1 of 20: In 2014, Canada spent $6,514 per capita on healthcare: less than countries like Australia, Germany, Denmark, Luxembourg, Monaco, Norway, Iceland and Sweden and almost half as much as the United States, according to the World Bank. Switzerland paid more than any other country: $11,908. Want to know what Canadians paid for? These are the most common health concerns in Canada.

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In 2014, Canada spent $6,514 per capita on healthcare: less than countries like Australia, Germany, Denmark, Luxembourg, Monaco, Norway, Iceland and Sweden and almost half as much as the United States, according to the World Bank. Switzerland paid more than any other country: $11,908. Want to know what Canadians paid for? These are the most common health concerns in Canada.

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