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The federal election results are in, and Canadians have voted for a Liberal minority government. While the Conservatives form the Official Opposition, political observers agree…

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Read on Newswire.ca TORONTO, Oct. 18, 2019 /CNW/ – Over two-thirds (68 per cent) of Canadians believe the federal government does not provide enough healthcare funding to…

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Read on Newswire.ca The province of Newfoundland and Labrador’s government debt is $14.6 billion, which amounts to nearly $27,800 per person living in Newfoundland and Labrador. By comparison, the average per person debt owed in…

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The 6% solution is the first step

This election, several parties are each proposing to create a universal pharmacare program to reduce the cost of prescription drugs to Canadians. The cost of…

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Our politicians must pledge to support the 6% Solution

In September, SickKids Hospital in Toronto launched a partnership with Airbnb to highlight the need for more space. SickKids and Airbnb have created a replica…

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Our leaders' debate must include health care

The upcoming federal election involves many issues of concern to Canadians, but none is greater than health care. According to recent Ipsos polling it is…

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Read on Newswire.ca The province of Newfoundland and Labrador’s government debt is $14.6 billion, which amounts to nearly $27,800 per person living in Newfoundland and Labrador. By comparison, the average per person debt owed in…

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Canada has an obligation to Save Newfoundland and Labrador Now

It is hard to believe that in a prosperous country like Canada, a province could go bankrupt. Sadly, this is not the case. Due to…

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Saving Newfoundland now is the best medicine

All over Canada, healthcare is underfunded. But the problems in Newfoundland and Labrador are particularly dire. That’s because its population is ageing faster than in…

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