Canadian Health Coalition’s Campaign for Universal Pharmacare

The recent research report “The Economic Case of Universal Pharmacare” by Marc-André Gagnon, Assistant Professor at the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University, recommends a universal pharmacare program for all Canadians. The report estimates that such a plan could save Canadians as much as $10.7 billion annually. The report concludes that “Canadians cannot afford not to have universal Pharmacare”.

For more information on the Canadian Health Coalition’s campaign for Universal Pharmacare and the groundbreaking research report, click on the link below.