The Harper government is more at odds with Canadians over public health care than they are on any other issue. And pharmacare demonstrates this in spades.
Dr. Bonnie Burstow
Do we need to rethink the practices of modern-day psychiatry? Dr. Bonnie Burstow says yes. Find out why.
In the age of Ebola, it's only too easy to forget other ongoing health crises like HIV and AIDS. But countries with large AIDS populations don't forget. And neither does Big Pharma.
The Swan Song
Chis Wark was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer six years ago. He beat it using natural and nutritional treatments.
Once freed from the devastating tentacles of the transnational monopolies, Canadians will realize that it's time to call 911 on the corporatocracy. We might then recapture real democracy and freedom.
A new report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives suggests Harper's "excellent deal" with the European Union could add up to $1.65 billion annually to the price of medicine in Canada.
Taxpayers like you and me will be padding the bottom line of already profitable multinational corporations.
The federal government is about to sign a trade deal with Europe that would increase the cost even more in exchange for "illusory" gains in pharmaceutical research and development.
A NAFTA lawsuit from Eli Lilly against the invalidation of two patents in Canada, would be so harmful to our democracy, and set such a dangerous precedent, that it cannot be allowed to proceed.
Given pharmaceutical industry bias that saturates our information sources, physicians and governments need organizations like the Therapeutics Initiative to make safe decisions about pharmaceuticals.