Singh's comments came one day after Alberta Health Minister Adriana LaGrange wrote in an email to Global News that the province would seek to opt-out of a national pharmacare plan.
The new report is based on a survey with more than 9,000 people across Canada who talked about their experiences with primary care and how to fix it.
A decades-old asthma medication may help reduce the severity of allergic reactions for those suffering from food allergies, a new study found.
There are growing calls to start screening earlier for colorectal cancer in Canada and some provinces are considering it amid an 'alarming' increase in cases among young adults.
Alberta intends to opt out of the proposed national pharmacare plan.
Seeking prompt diagnosis at a walk-in clinic can be a benefit for patients, but this convenience can come at a cost for their primary physician.
British Columbia announced it will fund in vitro fertilization but experts say many Canadians struggle to get accessible and affordable IVF even with such supports.
The deal is a critical piece of the supply-and-confidence pact between the two parties and comes ahead of a March 1 deadline to introduce legislation.
Amid the global escalation of measles cases, Canadian health officials are issuing a warning about the potential surge in imported cases.
The caution applies to any watch or ring, regardless of brand, that claims to measure blood glucose levels in a noninvasive way, the agency said.