Canadians turn to medical tourism amid surgical backlog

As the pandemic exacerbates Canada's surgery backlogs, some patients are taking their health into their own hands, travelling thousands of kilometres and paying big bucks for medical procedures. Jamie Mauracher looks at how some Canadians bypassed the long wait-times, and why they say their health system is failing them.

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