‘An important step’: Highlights from the report on national pharmacare and reaction, by the numbers

OTTAWA — An advisory council appointed by the Liberal government recommended in its final report on Wednesday that Canada should create a universal, single-payer pharmacare plan that would reduce prescription drug costs for patients and their employers, but would cost the government an extra $15 billion annually. Read More


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