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Maya Bhullar | Linda Silas of the Canadian Federation of Nurses Union discusses the fight for a national pharmacare guided by principles of universality, single payer, public administration, and national formulary.
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| A new report by the Canadian Federation of Nurse Unions on shortfalls in prescription drug coverage.
Activist Toolkit
| Demand better drug coverage for all canadians
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Unions are good for individuals, communities and society at large.
Dennis Gruending | It's Labour Day this week and the message is that unions are good for individuals, for communities and for society at large.
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Council of Canadians protest the loss of the Health Accord at the Council of the
Michael Butler | We have a historic opportunity to get health care back on track when the health ministers meet this week. The Liberal government was elected on a progressive platform; it is time to deliver.
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Melissa Newitt | Canada is the only country with public health care and no national drug plan. This means that 24 per cent of Canadians have no coverage for medications prescribed by their doctor.
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Julie Devaney | It may appear that harm reduction and safe-injection sites are peripherally related to the campaign for a national pharmacare plan, but the Harper government's drug policies inextricably link them.
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Brent Patterson | A universal prescription drug plan could reduce total spending on medications in Canada by billions and cover everyone at an affordable price for taxpayers, health policy researchers say.
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John Bonnar | In a new report released Wednesday, the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions called for the development of a national pharmacare program.