Author Topic: The Trudeau Brand  (Read 58460 times)

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Offline waldo

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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #1185 on: March 05, 2021, 11:38:38 am »

That's now the Trudeau Singh/NDP brand...

hey cyber, does the current complement of Conservative provincial premiers make it a stronger... or weaker case for the success of a federally imposed, non-cooperative, forced top-down rules/criteria shaping a proposed/presumed national pharmacare program?

what about that summer 2019 meeting outcome that had the 13 provincial/territorial Premiers issue a statement that they wanted the option to opt out of any federal pharmacare program... and keep the additional money Ottawa would otherwise spend on drugs in their provinces! And you expect these same provincial/territorial Premiers to line-up with the NDP proposal you're parroting? Really... c'mon!

Cooperative Federalism - what a concept, hey!

much is at stake in pharamacare negotiations between the federal government and the provinces... the existence and success of a public drug program depends on these negotiations and the cooperation to realize them. Is a national pharmacare program possible and attainable without cooperative federalism between the federal, provincial, and territorial governments? Singh/NDP and their supporting parrots would have you believe so!