Distribution of public sector health spending in Canada by source 1975-2019

This statistic depicts a comparison of the public sector health expenditures in Canada by the source of finance in 1975 and 2019. In 1975, the municipal governments contributed to about 0.8 percent of public sector health expenditures. Since 1997, the public sector has accounted for about 70 percent of total health care spending in the country.

Distribution of Canadian public sector health spending by source in 1975 and 2019*

Provincial/territorial government93.6%92.4%
Federal direct4.3%5.2%
Social security funds1.3%1.9%
Municipal governments0.8%0.5%
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Release date

October 2019



Survey time period

1975 and 2019

Supplementary notes

* All calculated based on given data. 2019 values are forecasts.

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