How Much Does it Cost to Be... a Fifth Grader
4. Health Care
Canadians are, for the most part, very lucky when it comes to their health care costs. Doctors are covered by your tax dollars and most employee benefits include at least basic dental and drug plans. Still, for most families, there are costs that aren't covered, such as certain medications and treatments and portions of dentist visits. On average, for an ungainly kid with early-onset acne and buck teeth, uhhm, corrective measures add up to about $245 a year.
Source: Canadian Finance Blog