Saturday, June 22, 2024
'A 300 per cent increase in drug overdose deaths in B.C. since Trudeau took office ... it's a complete disaster'
Similar proposal is backed by the Canadian Medical Association
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre says if he were to be elected prime minister he would launch a $44-billion lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies to account for what he calls their role in the opioid epidemic.
Alberta has reached an agreement in principle with Ottawa on health-care funding.
Alberta’s health minister says there will be $158 million in the upcoming budget to attract more physicians and other health-care professionals to fill gaps in care.
Prince Edward Island could be among the first to sign on to the federal government’s recently announced health-care plan.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe say the federal government's health-care funding offer to premiers last week was "disappointing."
Pierre Poilievre says he would uphold the 10-year deals Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is looking to ink with provinces and territories that would inject $46.2 billion in new funding into Canada's strained health-care systems, if the Conservatives...
Saskatchewan’s premier says he believes a provincial-federal health-care deal is close.
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is warning of a “slippery slope” regarding Canada’s medical assistance in dying (MAID) laws, saying it should not be provided to people who have mental illness as their sole condition — his comments coming after people reached...


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