In Lead up to Budget Day, Canadians Want a Long-Term Deficit-Reduction Strategy that Ensures Sustainability of Important Programs like Health Care

While Most Accept No Increase in Health Spending This Year, Canadians Want Feds to Hold Provinces Accountable for Dollars Spent

Friday, February 26, 2010

Toronto, ON – As Finance Minister Jim Flaherty prepares to deliver the budget on March 4th, revealing to the nation his deficit-reduction plan, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association has revealed that most Canadians (89%) ‘agree’ (48% completely/41% somewhat) that they would ‘rather see the...

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In Lead up to Budget Day, Canadians Want a Long-Term Deficit-Reduction Strategy that Ensures Sustainability of Important Programs like Health Care

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