Trudeau won't force child care or pharmacare on provinces that don't want it
from The Star
Justin Trudeau says he will not create or impose national child care or pharmacare programs to fill gaps in provinces that don’t want to play ball with his government. The prime minister, speaking days before an expected election call about challenges facing the middle class, signalled a new pharmacare program might not extend across the country initially due to provincial opposition. He said provinces like Ontario should “show up” to meet the needs of struggling families — as he says Quebec did with its universal daycare program — and should work in “partnership” with the federal government.
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