Can We Really Afford to Lose Our Identity?

Julian Wolfe
April 9th, 2011

With healthcare being one of the major issues in the federal campaign, Stephen Harper promises to maintain provincial transfers for healthcare. But actions that he  tried to do while in government say otherwise. He wanted to cut this money transfer not too long ago. It is recommended that you read the original post from back in October 2010.

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Meanwhile Michael Ignatieff proposes maintaining Canadian healthcare in his platform.

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