People who are experiencing poverty often have greater health care needs than the general population. Individuals experiencing poverty also have a more difficult time accessing the care that they need (Loignon et al., 2010). Loignon et al. (2010) note that individuals in poverty can be at risk of stigmatization by healthcare professionals. Healthcare access and poverty can also intersect with factors such as Indigenous identity. Adelson (2005) finds that Indigenous populations are more likely to experience health inequity in Canada. Marmot (2005) agrees that the worldwide trend is healthcare inequities have social causes. Addressing the intersection of health care and poverty requires a broader look at social inequalities in general.