While Barack Obama continues to hail Canada's health-care system as a model for the US to follow, its own constituencies warn that it's nearing a collapse.  Saying that a "health care revolution has passed us by," the president of the Canadian Medical Association wants a major change to eliminate long wait times and inject creativity back into the hidebound system.  Dr. Robert Ouellette wants to use competition to do it...

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