Good morning, faithful readers! We just got back from a quick family trip to Winnipeg, Manitoba. No, we didn't go for medical tourism: we just wanted to give Madville Times Jr. a little taste of urban life (skyscrapers, elevators, bus transfers, Walk/Don't Walk... and monkeys and a grizzly bear!).
However, if we had needed to visit a Canadian doctor, the visit wouldn't have slowed down our vacation much:
This clinic was a ten-minute walk from where we stayed. Of course, if we had been too sick to walk...
...we could have gotten house calls. In Winnipeg. Canada.
Contrary to what my Republican friends like to tell me, we saw no waiting lines around Winnipeg's clinics. As a matter of fact, the only long lines we saw were at Tim Hortons. Canadians wait for donuts, not doctors.
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