I'm not sure what particular point you're trying to highlight in posting this video, but since you're leaving us to guess...
There are no proposals to transition the US healthcare system to the Canadian model, either in terms of transitioning healthcare delivery (physicians, hospitals, clinics, etc) to government-operated entities as is the case in Canada (provincial and local government run healthcare authorities). There have also not been proposals to reduce our healthcare spending to what Canada pays, about half what we spend.
That doesn't mean there aren't comparisons made to Canadian healthcare when discussing the direction we should go, despite spending less than we do not just as a percentage, but the we fully double what they spend, they have better healthcare outcomes and better access to healthcare than we do.
One of the points made in the video is the difficulty finding a primary physician in Canada. Canada has 26.1 Physicians per 10,000 population, which is actually slightly better than the 25.9 per 10,000 in the US. And that's an overall ratio which doesn't factor in that our primary care physician to patient ratio is even worse in the US, which is a product of the fact that our system incentivizes allowing minor and preventative health issues to become severe and acute, which is a big part of why we spend twice as much for worse care.
One of the specific examples they give is the difficulty in finding a pediatrician. I have 3 kids and we've only managed to have a pediatrician for the first few months of my first child (until she left on maternity leave). We got on a waiting list and had one lined up for my second child, then she was born at 30 weeks and therefore needed a specialist pediatrician, the closest available was an hour and a half away and the waiting lists were longer than she would need a pediatrician for, and this is while not living in a "healthcare desert" part of the US where this is even worse.
I don't know that there is much disagreement on either side about what needs fixed with our healthcare system, the main disagreement is where people such as yourself argue that we should fix these problems but then promote positions that only make these problems far worse.