The joint Pharmacare Now Statement calls on all parties to work together to implement universal, public pharmacare within this government’s mandate.
Federal and most provincial governments continue to deny many thousands of citizens the basic preventive and protective health services that are standard practice in most other advanced nations.
Former health minister Monique Bégin worked to get her Liberal colleagues on board with the Canada Health Act in 1984. Who in today's Liberal party is pushing for national pharmacare?
CFNU is expressing disappointment with the speech from the throne, which failed to make a clear commitment to implement a pharmacare program.
Over 140 national and provincial organizations from all regions across Canada released a joint statement calling on the new federal government to immediately implement universal, public pharmacare.
The Canadian Health Coalition calls on all parties to work together to swiftly implement universal, public pharmacare.
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.