Minority government commits $20.2 billion to health

Kondro, Wayne
March 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/29/2005, Vol. 172 Issue 7, p863
Academic Journal
Provides information on the public health initiatives planned by Canadian Health Minister Ralph Goodale for fiscal year 2005 to 2006. Plan of Health Canada to improve its oversight of the drug approval process and a regulatory regime to govern the use of biological materials; Purpose of the plan of the government to buy back greenhouse gas emission reductions; Commitment of the government to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 2012.


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