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The objective of this review is to document contemporary barriers to accessing healthcare faced by Indigenous people of Canada and approaches taken to mitigate these concerns. A narrative review of the literature was conducted. Barriers to healthcare access and mitigating strategies were aligned into three categories: proximal, intermediate, and distal barriers. Proximal barriers include geography, education attainment, and negative bias among healthcare professionals resulting in a lack of ordoi:10.3390/healthcare8020112 pmid:32357396 pmcid:PMC7349010 fatcat:sv5qv2gu7jb6fdymxtppigurh4