From The Globe:
Its sort of a shame he used a legitimate problem to issue a flat proposal for two track health care. Never the less, I think he is right on the larger imbalance between health care and nearly everything else. Nobody is denying that healthcare is important for the economy, but as it stands more and more of our money will be funneled into chronic care for geriatric boomers. Meanwhile the people who will be expected to pay for it are being screwed on educational funding and, hence, longterm productivity.
He's still right. Canada is the only non-communist place in the world where a healthcare monopoly is law.
Unfortunately whenever two-track is mentioned, Canadians go nuts like it's a sign of the apocalypse.