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A leaked government document unveiled plans by the Stelmach government to cut the number of health care services offered through Medicare – after the next election.

The power point presentation, entitled “Alberta’s Health Legislation – Moving forward” outlines plans for a greater role for private insurance in the province’s health care system.

Former Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health Raj Sherman says the government plans to move in this direction after the next election. Sherman was ejected from the government caucus and now sits as an independent in the Alberta Legislature.

  • View the leaked document here