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One is to keep spending more on health by increasing Manitoba’s deficit.
The second is to find cost savings and efficiencies in the way health care is delivered. The third choice is to cut spending in other government programs and the fourth is to raise income taxes. The preamble to that whines about how the federal government isn’t increasing health care transfers as much as it used to, although Manitoba is still getting a generous 3.4% bump in the Canada Health Transfer this year and is guaranteed at least 3% annual increases in the future.