Canadian Politician Comes to U.S. for Heart Surgery
CANADA'S NATIONAL POST -- Newfoundland Premier Danny Williams will undergo heart surgery later this week in the United States. He is expected to be away from four to six weeks.
A decision to leave Canada for the surgery, especially if it is available here, raises questions about the Premier's confidence in Newfoundland's health care system.
MP: This raises the question: Where will U.S. politicians go for heart surgery if we ever adapt Canadian-style health care?
Thanks to Bob Wright.