A campaign promise by federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau about making sure all Canadians have access to a family doctor might feel a little bit like déjà vu in British Columbia.
A key platform for the B.C. Liberals in 2010 — which they doubled down on in 2013 — was that everyone who wanted a family doctor would be able to have one by 2015; a program remembered as A GP for Me.
Now, many in the healthcare industry, like family physician Dr. Rita McCracken, are wondering how such a complex problem could work on a federal level when it failed provincially.
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