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Health committee report tackles health agency responsibilities under possible pharmacare system

In recommending that the Canadian government pursue implementing a single-payer pharmacare system, the Standing Committee on Health is advising strategic changes to some health agencies in order to better facilitate that system.

Feds launch pharmacare advisory council, must tackle big questions

A national pharmacare plan would be a “game-changer” for Canadian health policy. But a partial strategy that would co-exist with private and provincial plans? Not so much.

Health minister, colleagues tackle cannabis questions during Senate sitting

The federal government’s public awareness and education program regarding the health and safety issues surrounding marijuana will launch in March, Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor told senators in the Upper House on Tuesday.

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