People are moving to Canada dreaming of a utopia with free healthcare and more tolerance. But the re

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[EXTERNAL LINK] - People are moving to Canada dreaming of a utopia with free healthcare and more tolerance. But the reality is Canada has its own set of problems.

Niren, who has lived in both the US and Canada, voiced similar concerns. He said his own mother, who needs a hip replacement, had been on a waitlist for 18 months.

"There are people who have to fly to other countries — including the United States — to get cancer treatment because it takes too long," he said. "In the US, you can get a specialist appointment in two days."

Niren also said Canadians paid elevated taxes to support such a comprehensive healthcare system.

"People call it free healthcare — it's not free," he said. "It's very expensive because you're paying through the taxes."
 

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