Hi, does anyone know if expats with temporary residence can get access to public healthcare in Canada? I've read conflicting things about foreigners being able to access public healthcare and others say only if you have permanent residence. And if you have to find private options, does anyone have recommendations for hospitals and insurance?
Thanks in advance!
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