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A Two-Tiered Health Care System 

One of the frequent recommendations for reform is to supplement the current public system with a parallel private health care system for those patients who are willing to pay, thus creating what is called a "two-tiered" system.

Proponents of a two-tiered system argue that it would relieve pressure on the public system, thus ensuring its survival.

In December 2005, the media reported that more than half of Canadians say they have no problem with a larger role for private health care. At present, nearly one in every three dollars spent on health care in Canada goes to the private sector.

Some people feel Canada's health care system will eventually evolve into something similar to what is available in Sweden or Germany, where there is a mix of private and public health delivery and the waiting lists are almost non-existent.

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