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Should business leaders be involved in fixing Canadian health care?

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Canada's business leaders are arguably some of the brightest minds our nation has to offer. But when it comes to our healthcare system and its challenges, many object to company executives being involved in finding solutions - arguing that a for-profit, corporate mentality has little place in matters of health.

Live at 12p.m. (ET): Join Dianne Carmichael - a former CEO who left her corporate job to head the Canadian branch of Best Doctors Inc - and Globe reporter Siri Agrell for a live discussion: Do business leaders belong in the healthcare solution?

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