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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.

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The Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister said what?

Per-person spending last year was only $72 short of the all-time high reached during the 2009 recession.

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Smoky days are here again

Concentrations of sulfur dioxide have sharply declined over the last four decades.

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Wealth inequality in Canada—why worry?

Between 80 per cent and 87 per cent of Canadian wealth inequality is due to the life-cycle effect.

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Canada is an environmental leader, not a laggard

Overall, Canada ranks 10th with a score well above the OECD average.

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The results are in—Canada’s air quality among the best in the world

Previous reports from other organizations including the David Suzuki Foundation used flawed methods to measure air quality.