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The Affordability Crisis and the 2019 Election

Friday, October 11th, 2019

Canadians have a general feeling of ‘affordability anxiety’ leading into the federal election. For this reason, the Broadbent Institute has created a series of fact sheets that look into three major issues effecting affordability — housing, healthcare and taxes, during the federal election… each fact sheet will include information on a topic as it relates to affordability and the commitments and/or solutions each party has put forward.

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Charting the Path to National Pharmacare in Canada

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

… a federally financed, regulated and administered pharmacare program… is constitutionally feasible because of the federal government’s current jurisdiction over drug safety, price regulation and patent protection. While it is generally assumed that federalism and provincial jurisdiction over health stand in the way of a federal government public single payer program, the provinces have supported this option in the past, with the caveat that special arrangements may have to be made for Quebec.

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