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“Will the Liberals join with the NDP and commit to creating a universal pharmacare program?”

“The high cost of pharmaceuticals is forcing too many Canadians to choose between filling their fridge and filling their prescriptions,” Davies said in the House of Commons.

Sunday, October 1 at 3pm
Lakewood Room, Trout Lake Community Centre

Don: Mr. Scheer’s rejection of a harm reduction approach to the opioid crisis reveals an outdated, unscientific and dangerous ideology.

Don: If it’s true, and the allegations suggest at least one brand pharmaceutical company is trying to frustrate the process Canada employs to get generics to market, that’s unacceptable,

“It is clear that this event’s organizers are motivated by what just happened in Charlottesville,” Davies said.  “They intend on spreading hatred and inciting violence, and we must send a strong and clear message that this will not be tolerated in our community.”

The Parliamentary Pledge is a commitment by parliamentarians around the world to work for their government to join the treaty.

Join Don at Slocan Park on Saturday, August 19 from 1-3pm.

He’s No. 221 on the priority list to advance any of his 16 private members’ bills in this Parliament, but NDP MP Don Davies knows the drill. It’s the bigger purpose that counts.

Don: Canadians expect a clear, responsible approach from Ottawa on the legalization of marijuana