Canada’s nurses are frustrated that the Conservative Party of Canada has failed to commit to implementing a universal pharmacare program.
88% of Canadians agree that the federal government has a responsibility to ensure there is prescription drug coverage for all people living in Canada.
With a national public drug plan to cover everyone, Canada could negotiate lower prices for prescription drugs.
Conservative politicians and pundits are questioning the feasibility of adding pharmaceutical coverage to Canada's public health-care system, but they are asking the wrong question.
CHC is very pleased with the final recommendations of the Advisory Council on the Implementation of Pharmacare.
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The CHC is encouraged that Budget 2019 includes some initial investments in the foundations of a new national pharmacare program.
Canada’s nurses are optimistic about the interim report released today by the Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare.
Unifor affirms that a new federal drug agency and limited list of prescription medications alone will not ensure universal access to pharmacare.
David J. Climenhaga
Announcing a full pharmacare program would have shifted the nation's attention immediately away from the hostile media frenzy the gong show before the House of Commons justice committee has become.