In Canada Health Act (1984) territories and province make a condition through which the get money from the government for the public health. Public administration, comprehensiveness, universality, portability and accessibility are the five conditions recorded in the act. For the Canada’s health care structure these conditions are fundamental. (Canadian Nurses Association, 2000).• Public administration: the management or the administration for the insurance plan is in the hands of non-profit organization and the organization can be part of government. Province and territories do not take money from the people for their health, they get money from the government for public health.