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Trudeau said he wants universal pharmacare but the NDP bill would have imposed rules on provinces.
The government is promising a plan to create one million jobs.
The NDP leader says his party is ready for an election, “but it’s not our goal.”
Prescription drug policy in Canada ought to be the interest of Canadians, not company profits.
Pharmacare is expected to be an election issue in 2019.
His decision to privatize much of the OHIP+ program is neither progressive nor fiscally responsible.
It is time for change: what has gotten Canadian health systems to their present state will not be sufficient to get them where they need to go for the future.
It's a unique opportunity to send Canadians a clear message about the kind of health care system they believe their party must build for Canada's future.