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All parties should learn from Quebec’s universal prescription drug program

Quebec now has the lowest per capita health costs of any province.

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National pharmacare plan aims to wipe out patient freedom and choice

Under the current system, four-in-five Canadians do not struggle to pay for their medication.

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Canada can learn from Swiss and Dutch drug coverage

Both countries have more physicians, nurses and acute-care beds than Canada.

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Ottawa’s changes to drug-pricing will deny some Canadians potentially lifesaving drugs

Forcing manufacturers of high-cost drugs to reduce their prices by up to 80 per cent is unsustainable.

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Rather than nationalizing pharmacare, policymakers should simply improve our current systems

In Alberta, just about everyone under 65 can enroll in the province’s plan.

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Minister of health makes dubious claims about Ottawa’s pharmacare plan

More regulation will likely lead to slower and more limited access to drugs.

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Liberal pharmacare fantasy raises more questions than answers

The latest federal budget revealed the Trudeau government’s plan to move forward on national pharmacare.

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Trudeau government advisors prescribe vast bureaucracy to manage national pharmacare

Unfortunately, the federal government’s track record of creating reliable and accurate data systems is not good.

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National pharmacare can hurt patients more than it helps

Canadians can also expect tax hikes to pay for the government drug program.