Canada’s health care system is administrated and funded by its local, provincial and federal governments under the the conditions of Canada Health Act. It is when the government pays for your healthcare (“Health Care in Canada”). Free healthcare is all over Canada. It started in Saskatchewan on July 1, 1962, then started all over Canada on July 1, 1968 (Brown and Taylor). The government wanted equality for all Canadians in the field of healthcare regardless of income, status, etc. People don’t have to pay for going to the hospital, check-ups, etc (“Canadian Health Care”). They have to pay for certain shots, prescription medicines, etc.