In 2004, Paul Martin brought in a $41-billion dollar health accord, which promised 6% annual increases to Federal health care transfers to the provinces for the next 10 years.
Among the many problems with this plan is that an indefinite 6% annual increase is unsustainable.
That's why, now that the ten years are up, Harper's Conservatives have tied these transfers to economic growth instead, with a minimum annual increase of 3%.
The far left group Engage Canada is running commercials calling this a "cut."
I explain why that's wrong.
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