Is the Canadian health system really Medicare for all? And what's wrong with that? Think of the administrative savings alone with one set of standards for care and reimbursement. All paid for by a payroll deduction — offset by higher wages from employers who no longer have to offer employee health benefits.
Speaking of employer benefits, I have a colleague who ran a company in both Canada and the US who said it was so much easier to run the business in Canada, where he didn't have to be responsible for employees' healthcare. What's more, his Canadian staff routinely turned down substantial promotions and raises that entailed moving to the US — primarily because of quality of life issues like healthcare coverage.