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Michael Wolfson on tax reform

Once-In-A-Generation tax reform is not an effective path to fairness. It would be better to invest in ongoing, regular analysis of all major tax provisions. Michael Wolfson Canada Research Chair in population health modeling/populomics, University of Ottawa, joins Calgary Today to share more. Interview on Calgary Today with Angela Kokott,  770 CHQR Radio, Global News

Why an income-based drug plan is harmful to Ontario seniors

Ontario spends $11-billion per year on prescription drugs. Nearly half of this is spent on medicines used by senior citizens, a group that receives public subsidies for nearly all of their prescription drug costs in Ontario.